Page Settings is divided into three tabs - Content, Styling and Settings. Page Settings can be used to modify all the page details. To open the Page Settings menu, hover the mouse on the page you wish to modify and click on the Settings icon.
1.1. Page name, Page URI and Custom HTML
In this section you can name your new page, edit its URI (the page's address), and add HTML that will go into the page's <head> tag. Find more about Page name, Page URI and Page Custom HTML here.
It is possible to optimise your pages for best-practice SEO. Learn more about SEO here.
The Sitemap is a file that provides information about URLs on a website that are available for crawling to search engines. You can read more about Sitemap prioritization here.
In this section it is possible to add an icon to your page, allowing fully customization of the page navigation. Read more about page icons here.
In this section it is possible to style the background of the page
3.1.1. Background Color & Media
In this section you can define a background color or image on the page.
3.1.2. Use Global Data Image
With this setting, it is possible to use the logo or cover that you have uploaded to Global Data as the background for a page. Read all about Global Data here!
3.2. Hide Header & Footer
You can choose to hide the header and/or footer for a specific page. Simply toggle it to the right hand side to hide that element.
3.3. Menu Jump
3.3.1. Enable Page Jump
When clicking on the page title, the visitor will be redirected to a specific page, which you must define in Clickthrough URL.
3.3.2. Clickthrough URL
In this section it is possible to define the behavior of the Page - linking it to an internal page, an external page, an email or a file. It is also possible to define whether the link should be opened in a new tab or not; note that by default, external links are always set to open in a new tab.
Example: If you don't want to display a general Products page but you wish the visitors to be redirected straight to, e.g About, enable page jump on the general Products page and choose About, under the Page section of the Clickthrough URL. The result is represented in the image below:
3.4. Hide Page
Sometimes it makes sense to hide a page depending on the viewport. The editor allows the choice of which pages to hide and to which viewport. Learn how to hide a page here!
This option allows you to apply secondary domains to individual pages of a site. To enable this option simply toggle on in the "Enable External Domain" option and then choose which domain you want to attribute to the page from the dropdown menu.
Note: You will only be able to see this section on your Page Settings if you have domains attached to your site.
3.6. Password Protection
This option allows you to password protect the page so only users that have been approved can access its content. To enable this option simply toggle on in the "Enable Password Protection" option and the type the user groups that you will allow to have access to the page. Read all about password protection here!