- Name – The title of the page. Will show mainly on the browser’s title, and optionally on the page title itself depending on the design you have chosen.
- URL – The name of the page which will show up in the browser’s address bar. This field should be English alpha-numeric only. We suggest to use a concise meanigful name in order to allow search engines like Google to better understand the content of the page.
- Template – Determines the page layout and possible widgets which will be rendered when showing the page. For example: contact, catalog, horizontal catalog, about, item. This list of templates available are determined according to the design you have chosen in the Site Settings (gear icon) tab.
- Thumbnail – The photo which will be used as a thumbnail when displaying the page in a catalog.
- Add to Navigation – Adds the current page to the navigation toolbar
These text fields are dynamically determined according to the design and template you choose. Although the text fields shown are dynamically determined according to the template and design you have chosen, there are two fields which always remain and are globally used:
- Sub title – A short sentence describing the content of the page. This field is usually used in catalog pages to give more information on the page. Also this field is used in hidden meta tags which help search engines determine the type of content on the page.
- Description – Long text (multiline) which will show on page. This text might use Textile formatting to allow some minimal user formatting of the text, depending on the chosen design. To further understand Textile please read here
This tab contains resources (mostly images) which will show on the page. Use this pane to upload photos which describe the current page and “belong” to the page which is currently being edited.
Pages which are linked to the currently edited page and have a relation. A good example of sub page would be a product catalog and a product page. In this case, the product catalog (for example: mycompany.com/catalog/) would have a sub-page called “great product 1” (e.g: mycompany.com/great-product-1/). Please notice that the relation is bi-directional, and “great product 1” will have the catalog as a sub page.
In order to create a new sub page, click Select File and select a thumbnail which will be used on the parent page to display the linked page.
It is important to make a difference between Files and pages. A Page has its own web-address/URL which users can access and metadata like description and sub title. On the other hand, Files are solely the files you upload without any additional data. A Page for example might be a product page, while files are the photos of the product.
The rest of the pages which are not linked to the current page.