The Info tab provides a variety of information about the selected page. Click Edit Edit icon 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<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,<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 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.

Is template

Makes the page available as a template that can be used when creating other pages.

Viewable page

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.

Master layout

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.


Determines whether to add a navigation button to this page. For more information, see back button behavior.

Page-specific theme

Applies a specific theme to this page, overriding the site-wide theme and any personal themes chosen by individual users.

System properties



Inherits security

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.

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