The Info tab provides a variety of information about the selected page. Click Edit to modify the information.
This tab has two sections:
|The page name is defined when you create the page and is independent of the title and path. The name becomes part of the path for accessing a page. For example, a page URL such as
http://mydomain.com/pages/en-US/<Name> is always available even when the title and path change.
|The title appears in the menu and on the page itself. The page title can be different from the page name or path.
|The page path used in the URL (for example,
http://mydomain.com/en-us/<PagePath>/<SubpagePath>). This means, for example, that the page title could be Assets but the path could be store-assets. This would result in a URL of
http://mydomain.com/en-us/store-assets. The path is not permanent; if it is changed, the website is no longer accessible using the old pathname.
|Is title visible
|Makes the page title visible on the page.
|Makes the page accessible to users with permissions to view it.
|Appears in sitemap
|Makes the page visible in the sitemap.
|Appears in menu
|Makes the page visible in the main menu.
|Appears in breadcrumbs
|Makes the breadcrumb bar, which includes a link to the page, visible.
|Makes the page available as a template that can be used when creating other pages.
|Makes the page viewable in the menu bar. If the page is not viewable, but it has child pages that are viewable, the page will appear in the menu as a placeholder with links to the viewable child pages.
|Determines the page's master layout, which affects its default structure.
WARNING: Changing the master layout might cause the loss of page components if the new layout is significantly different to the old one. Lost components cannot be recovered.
|Binds a detail page with an aggregate entity that uses the same definition. For more details, see aggregates.
|Makes this page a homepage. You can assign custom homepages to users based on their user groups.
|Back button behavior
|Determines whether to add a navigation button to this page. For more information, see back button behavior.
|Applies a specific theme to this page, overriding the site-wide theme and any personal themes chosen by individual users.
|Determines whether the page inherits the security configuration of its parent page. If a page has no parent, this setting cannot be changed. The Inherits security option is enabled by default. If disabled, users must have Read permission to view the page.