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Page Editor


The Properties tab allows you to assign a name to your page, which will also constitute part of the page URL (such as "name.html"). This should not be confused with the page title, which is used on the Information menu and can optionally be shown at the top of the page in "<h1></h1>" title tags.

A page can optionally be designated as a Heading, creating a physical separation in the Information menu and giving the impression of multiple Blocks.

Providing the page does not contain any sub-pages, you are able to select a new parent page. The page then becomes a sub-page of the parent page. You may choose to make pages available to all customers or registered customers only. You can also password protect pages containing sensitive information.

Every page may have its own Theme and Layout, otherwise the defaults will be used.

It should be noted that there is an alternate use for pages. An optional redirect link may be specified in the text field provided, overriding the page name and content, allowing non-page elements to be linked from the Information menu. Non-page elements include, for example, blog posts. Links generated this way will always open in the current browser window. To force links to open in a new window, the Navigation Bar should be used.


The content itself can be edited using either the WYSIWYG editor or simply an HTML text field, depending on your preference.


Forms created using the Form Editor may be inserted into any page simply by selecting the desired form and clicking the Insert Form button. The code will be appended to the bottom of the page content. When the page is viewed on the site, the code will automatically be converted to the full form.

It is also possible to insert Blocks using variables, in the same way as described above.


By default, the Title Bar inherits the page title you have specified. The Meta Description and Meta Keywords are automatically inherited from the default values specified in Settings.

For developers comfortable with JavaScript, additional code may be added in the text fields provided.

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