Every page of a Microsite has a Edit Navigation page that allows an Admin to establish Page Layout the name of the page as linked in the site's navigation. All navigation changes to Microsite web pages are performed through an Edit Navigation Page.
Where it is
Edit Navigation Pages exist for every page of a Microsite. These interfaces are accessible directly through the Navigation Side of the . They are accessed by highlighting a Page Folder and clicking "Edit" on the Navigation Side.
What it Looks Like and How to Use
Functionality, area by area, of Edit Navigation Pages is described below.
1 Navigation Title
Name the webpage here. If a link to the site is included in the navigation the name entered here will be the link in the navigation across the Microsite.
2 Page Title
The page title that appears atop the page -- also known as the H1 header.
Text added here will appear as a tool tip when users hover over links in the navigation.
4 URL Name
The URL is the actual web page address. In most cases this field will be the same as the Navigation Title, but can be changed by an Admin.
5 Page Code Name
Page Codes are used by the site functionality to open pages and can serve as short URLs. They also allow the content of Microsite web pages to be to other pages. Changing the Page Code Name field for product pages will break functionality. Page Code Names should only be changed on pages created by an Admin.
6 Meta Description
Text inputted here serve as tags for the benefit of search engines, such as Google.
7 Security Roles Required to View
Synched with the AMS, the Page can be hidden to cateories of page visitors through the radio buttons. Additional Security Roles can be added in conjunction with your AMS. Submit a ticket to establish new security roles here (AMS changes may also be required).
8 Edit Security
Admins can allow non-admins to edit the page through these radio buttons. This is the simplest option for establishing a "Wiki" page.
9 Page Layout
Choose how Content Items are displayed on the page through the drop-down options. Learn more about .
10 CSS Class
A valid CSS Class, such as HLLandingControl, can be added to be applied to all page Content Items.
11 Announcement Pages
Limit the number of Content Items through this page. This setting allows an Admin a measure of control over pages that non-Admins can edit (via the Edit Security radio buttons).
- Don't delete pages on the Navigation Page, especially those which contain User Controls or you did not create. Use the Show/Hide Navigation (14) options to take pages offline.
- Use different Page Layout (9) options depending on the content you want to display.
- For many browsers the back button will not work on this page. To return to the Navigation Page, click the Cancel Button (15).