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Pages

Depending on your site configuration, the Pages section defines all the basic pages of the website and their structure. The organisation of these pages will be used to produce the main site navigation.

Data Structure

Top Level Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4
Pages Page
This is an individual page
Page
This is an individual page
Page
This is an individual page
Page
This is an individual page

In addition to pages, you may be able to add additional content blocks to orgainse content into a selected content layout element. 

Pages within this section of the CMS are organised into a tree structure which will represent the navigation structure of the website. These pages can be a mixture of real pages, menu links to other pages, CMS modules or other websites and hidden pages.

Block Fields

Field Detail
Title This is the title of the page and it is displayed in a H1 tag at the top of the page.
Heading The heading field allows you to override the title as displayed on the page. The title field will then be used in the menus and the heading on the page.
URL If you want people to click this item in the menu to be taken to a different page in the website then enter the URL for that page here.
Banner If the site design has a banner image at the top of the page that can be configured on a per page basis, then selecting an image here will override the default image,
Thumbnail This image is used on the index of pages on the parent page if the index option is selected.
Description This is the main HTML area of the page.
Index If ticked, this page will show a string of images and titles for the child pages of this page.
No Side Menu This option, if ticked, will hide the side menu that lists the pages in this section of the website.
Hidden This option will hide the page from the top menu and side menu but still publish this page.

To add a Page (if enabled)

  1. Go to the Edit page and expand Pages.

    You will see all the pages that make up the site are arranged into a tree structure. Some of these pages are holding slots for pages generated by other structured data within the CMS, such as news or events. These can be identified by the presence of data in the URL field for that page.
  2. To add a page, click Add next to the parent page of the page you intend to add.
  3. From the list of templates select Page.
  4. Now add the details of the new page.
  5. Once you have finished click Save Data.
  6. You will now need to Publish for these changes to appear on the website.

If you have any of our page content modules available you can add these to your page by using the page blocks, click here for more details.

To edit a Page

  1. Go to the Edit screen and expand Pages.
  2. You will now see a page - Pages - already in the system.
  3. From the list of pages locate the page you wish to edit and click it.
  4. The details for this page appear on the right.
  5. Complete all the required fields. Once you have finished click Save Data.

If you have any of our page content modules available you can add these to your page by using the page blocks, click here for more details.

Add Meta Data to a Page

  1. Go to the content browser and expand Pages
  2. Then click Add next to the page that you wish to add meta data too.
  3. From the Add Template menu choose Meta Data.
  4. The details for this page appear on the right.
  5. Complete all the required fields, once you have finished click Save Data to save these changes.

Edit Meta Data on a Page

  1. Go to the content browser and Expand Pages
  2. Then Expand the page.
  3. Then click Meta Data.
  4. The details for this page appear on the right.
  5. Complete all the required fields, and once you have finished click Save Data.

Additional Page Content Layout Modules

Depending on your site configuration you may be able to add Page Blocks to a general web page. These will allow you to add specific page content layout elements to a given page.

Page Blocks/Page Panels are additional elements that you can add to a basic page with our CMS. Within these Page Blocks/Page Panels you can add various content elements. These elements are then used to layout content within one of our available Content Layout Modules.

The page example to the left shows how a page block or page panel is added to a standard web page.

Depending on your site configuration, you may be able to add the following content layout modules with a page block or page panel.

If these are not available then please contact us about upgrading your site to add these.

Page Child Content Structure

Parent Block Child Level 1 Child Level 2 Child Level 3
Page
This is an individual page
Page Block
This is the block of content in the main content column of the page.
Infobox (if enabled)
This is an individual infobox element
 
Infopanel (if enabled)
This is an individual Infopanel element
 
Infocarousel (if enabled)
This is an individual Infocatousel element
 
Infotab (if enabled)
This is an individual Infotab element
 
Tabbox (if enabled)
This is an individual Tabbox element
 
Photo
This is an individual photo element that will be displayed in a gallery
 
Photo Groups (if enabled)
This is an individual group of photos
Photo
This is an individual photo element that will be displayed in a popup gallery
Video
This is an individual video item
 
Page Panel
This is the block of content in the full of the page.
Infobox (if enabled)
This is an individual infobox element
 
Infopanel (if enabled)
This is an individual Infopanel element
 
Infocarousel (if enabled)
This is an individual Infocatousel element
 
Infotab (if enabled)
This is an individual Infotab element
 
Tabbox (if enabled)
This is an individual Tabbox element
 
Photo
This is an individual photo element that will be displayed in a gallery
 
Photo Groups (if enabled)
This is an individual group of photos
Photo
This is an individual photo element that will be displayed in a popup gallery
Video
This is an individual video item
 

 

To add a Page Block / Page Panel to an existing page

  1. Go to the Edit page and expand Pages.
  2. Keep expanding the pages until you find the page to which you wish to add the page block.
  3. Click the page so it loads on the right and the element tree is displayed.
  4. To add a page block,  click Add In the child elements
  5. From the list of templates, select Page Block.
  6. Give it a name (this is not shown on the website) and enter a description if needed.
  7. Once you have finished, click Save Data.
  8. If you only wanted an extra text area, then you are ready to publish. Otherwise you are now ready to add content elements to the Page Block.
  9. You will now need to do a Publish for these changes to appear on the website.

 

Adding a Content Element to a Page Block / Page Panel

  1. Go to the Edit screen and expand Pages.
  2. You will now see all Pages already in the system.
  3. Keep expanding the pages until you find the page to which you wish to add the page block.
  4. Click Add next to the page block in the child elements and choose the type of content element to add.
    (It is best to only use 1 type of content element per Page block).
  5. Fill out the content for this element and once you have finished, click Save Data.
  6. Repeat step 4 for each content element you wish to add.
  7. You will now need to Publish for these changes to appear on the website.

 

Changing the order of Page Blocks

If you have multiple Page Blocks on a page, you can re-order them to display in the order you wish. To do this, simply locate the blocks in the edit tree, then click, hold and drag them up and down to change their order. Please note that the CMS lists blocks in reverse order - meaning the block at the bottom will be the first shown on the page. Once you have re-ordered the blocks, you need to Publish the site in order for any changes to appear.