Page settings

Page settings.

The Page is the page on its own, the one the visitor will use to get your content from his browser. If you have a page « hello », after the publish step, this page will be available under the /hello.html path or, after a deployment on the server of you choice, myDomainName/hello.html.

The page comes with a number of parameters, that you can setup by selecting a page in the side menu and then in the right panel (highlighted in the given screenshoot).

"General settings” tab.

Page Kind

Define how the page behaves and how the components are displayed. See the "Page types" documentation.

Page Name

This is the name that you have defined, the one you can see on the side menu. This name will be used at the publish step for the URL. It will also be used in certain components (menu, site map), unless you localise it (see above).

Localised name

This name will be used in the language adapted version of you site, in all the components that use it, as well as in the browser tabs.

Keywords (can be localised)

It's a list of all the keywords that best define your site, separated by a comma. Useful for search engines.

Description (can be localised)

A short description of your website, useful for search engines.


Your name or a reference, useful for search engines.

Full width content

If you do not check this option, your content width will grow up with the width of your browser, up the a given size. After this size, the content will be centered with a fixed width. If you check the option, your content width will alway follow the width of the browser.

“Background” tab.

You can define here the background of the whole page. It can be a color, an image or a pattern. This background will eventually be covered by the views contents and backgrounds.

“Scripts” tab.

Only with SledPlus.

You can add :

  1. A javascript script that will execute before the page load is completed.
  2. A javascript script that will execute after the page load is completed. The script will be wrapped in the DOMContentLoaded event.
  3. The content defined here will be injected in the header of your html page. You must enter HTML compatible formats, such as META, Scripts or Style tags.

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