Page settings

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From Page settings you can modify page information, visibility and administrator settings.

Page information


Page Title
The page title is visible in the title bar of the browser. It also forms the address for the page. For example, if the page is titled CMS, the address will be cms.html. The page title is the single most important component when planning search engine optimization. Two pages on the same level in a page hierarchy cannot have the same name.

Menu Title
The menu title can be different from the page title. The menu title is shown in the page menu. The default setting is the same for both, but the title can, for example, be shortened for the menu.

The description is mainly targeted at search engine optimization. The default setting is empty and its importance in terms of search engine optimization has decreased over the years.

Page settings


From the drop-down menu you can choose what page's subpage the current page is. If "None" is chosen, the page will become a parent page. By changing the parent page you can move a page onto another place in the website.

A different template can be added for each page. The default template for each page will be the website default template. There may be many templates in the system. Please contact us if you need more templates.

One page might have many menus, for example, main menu and another separate menu. In the Menu section you can determine in which menu the page is shown.

The target determines whether a link will open in the same window or not. We recommend always using the "In the same window" option.

Functional page and Template page
These features are for site designing and building purposes only.

Visibility and accessibility settings


In Visibility Settings, you can set the page to be publicly visible or hidden.

You can also specify whether the site is visible in the menu or not. If a site is hidden from the menu, it may still be visible to site visitors if the page is linked from site content.

There are two settings that can affect the search visibility of a page:

  • The Searching field allows you to specify whether the site will appear in the site's internal search, if search is enabled.
  • The search engine visibility field, in turn, determines whether a site is indexed in the site's sitemap, and then Google, for example.

Through the scheduling settings, you can set a publication and expiration date for the page, after which the site will go into hidden mode.

NOTE: if you want to use scheduled publishing and hiding of a page, the visibility of the page in the first step must always be set to "visible".

User rights



Specifies which users have permission to edit the page.

Access to page
Choose which groups have access to viewing the page.

Read more about users and groups from here.

The access rights determined here don't affect the user rights of the files that are on the page. If you want to limit the visibility of the files as well, they must be protected separately. Read more about protecting files here.



Page metadata
Key-value pairs, which can be used as a basis for inserting different content into templates, can be specified in the page metadata section. Based on the key and value, IF conditions can be used to, for example, add a different logo onto a page.

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