Static Page

A Static page type functions identically to the Topic Page type.  It can be used in place of a Topic Page, and can be useful for differentiating pages from other Topic Pages for organizational purposes in the Website Tree.

Creating a Static Page

A Static page is created by selecting the Static page type when creating a new page:

Static Page Type Features

A Static  page has a normal WYSIWYG editor with the ability to edit in design and html mode, as well as the ability to insert Code Snippets and plugins, and to format the text as you see fit.

The Static page also has the following tabs; each of the links below takes you to more in-depth documentation of the tabs:

  • Notes-Shows publishing notes when a page has been sent for approval
  • General-Allows you to set a page icon, insert publishing notes, set Superseding search keywords, and set a Friendly URL
  • Meta-Allows you to set metadata for the page
  • Experience-Allows you to categorize the page with Web Experiences, Topics and Segments