The page is the
element corresponding to an Internet address (URL).
The page has two forms
Draft: Until it is
published, a page is a draft. Any change to a page (published or not) is
automatically included in a "draft" of this page. Thus, we can edit
without limits and without altering the vision of published page (and site in
Published: The page
is visible to users. To publish a page use the icon "Publish" in the
Publish a page
Click the "Publish" button, present in the toolbar when a draft is underway.
All elements linked with the page can be selected for publication: you can choose to publish or not the page, the contained models, styles and the sitemap.
Unpublish a page
The purpose of this operation is to maintain a page that you want off of public site and reuse it later.
Create a new page starting from the one you want to unpublish. This copy becomes a new draft. Then just delete the published page.
Create a new page
Click the button in
the toolbar and choose the language of your page. It is created on the same
page of action and will take the name with a (+) at the end. You can then
rename and modify it as you like.
Delete a draft page or a public page
CAUTION: This operation is irreversible!
Click the "-" button in the toolbar.
Note: the deletion of the public home page causes the creation of a default one.
Trips & Tricks
Create a page with fixed width
Encapsulate the page in a block and give it an absolute width.
Note: To create a fixed width site, all pages must be included in block with a style where the width is fixed, otherwise the site is in variable width.
copies of drafts for the same page. This will increase the availability of
several versions before choosing the one that you publish on the site.
Create a blank page
Because you always need at least one element
in a page, you create a new page that you wrap completely in a block,
remove an element from the block and destroy the block you created