Internal Page Properties


Page Properties


  1. Navigation Category: Category the page is currently located in.
  2. Navigation Link Name: The name of the link that will appear in the website navigation.
  3. Physical File Name: The name that appears in the URL.
  4. Page Title: The H1 (header 1) that will display as a page title.
  5. Advanced Settings: Set additional settings for the page. See the Advanced Settings section below.
  6. Banner: Select a banner or the page or add a new banner. See the Banner Library & Adding Banners article for more information about banners.
  7. Navigation Link Status: Default is Active. You can set the page as inactive if you don't want the page to be included in your website's navigation. It can be useful to set a page as inactive while you are working on adding content.
  8. Navigation Order: Use the drop-down to select where in the navigation this link will appear.
  9. Navigation Level: Select the desired navigation level. Level 1 links are the main links. Level 2 and 3 links are subpages for Level 1 links.

Select Update to save any changes.

Advanced Settings

Select the Click here for Advanced Settings link to open the options.


  1. Meta Tag Robots: Index tells the search engines if they should index the page to show your page in search results. Follow tells the engines if they should follow links to the next page. The default value is index,follow.
    1. index,follow: Search engines index the page and follow links.
    2. index,nofollow: Prevent search engines from following links.
    3. noindex,follow: Prevent search engines from indexing the page.
    4. noindex,nofollow: Prevents search engines from indexing the page and following links.
  2. Publication Status: The default status is Published. To prevent visitors from viewing the page, you can set the status to Unpublished pages. Visitors will see a "This web page is not currently published." message if they try to visit the page. 
  3. Show/Hide Left Navigation: You can override the global setting to show/hide the left navigation on the page.
  4. User Side Security: This can be applied to a specific page or pages to require a user to log in before accessing the page(s). See the User Side Security article for more information about User Side Security.

Select Update to save any changes.

Page Layout



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