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Accessing Your Pages In DigiPaas


To Access the Page Set Up Options, Please Follow the Steps Listed Below:


1. In your dashboard menu, select the "Content" module to the left-hand side of your screen.


2. In the drop-down menu, select the "Pages" option. 


What Information Will the Pages Menu Request?


Page URL: The Page URL will be how you or any visitor to your site will access this particular page.


        Page Title Guidelines

        Listed below are requirements when filling out the appropriate fields.


            1. Be sure to write out in lowercase with no spaces. 

            2. Use – for spacing for optimal SEO.

            3. No Special Characters “{”, “}”, “|”, “\”, “^”, “~”, “[”, “]”, and “`”.


           

Page NameThe Page Name is a general tag used to organize your pages.


        Page Title Guidelines

        Listed below are requirements when filling out the appropriate fields.


            1. Capitalize the first letter.


Featured Image: A featured image represents the contents mood or theme of a post or page. This image will show up on social media sites when you share the page link.


        Featured Image Example:

        

       


Featured Image ALT Text: Here you will describe the image displayed for ADA Compliance and search-ability.


        Featured Image ALT Text Example:


       

Category: For sites that are content rich, you can create categories to better manage your pages. Perfect for companies with multiple locations, or companies that have similar pages.


Page Title: This field will show up on your web browser's tab.


        Page Title Guidelines

        Listed below are requirements when filling out the appropriate fields.


            1. Capitalize the first letter.


           

Page Description: (Very important field which enables your website to be found) Search engines use this to let visitors know what a page is about before they click on in. This also helps your web page be found on the web.


        Page Title Guidelines

        Listed below are requirements when filling out the appropriate fields.


            1. Capitalize the first letter.


           

Key Words: (SEO) Similar to “Alt Text,” keywords are words or phrases in your web content that make it possible to find your site via search engines.


           


Canonical Tag: A canonical tag specifies the source URL (or original content page) of a given page to a search engine such as Google. Canonical tags are used to declare a single page as its own source or for duplicate pages to reference their source / originating page. Search Engines use the canonical tag to combat duplicate content issues and assign search engine ranking value for that content to the page designated as the “source” URL.


Restrict Page Access: If you select the empty check box next to restrict page access, you will have enabled that page to be password protected.


Index Page: If the index page is checked the page will be accessible to search engines. If you If your site is not live or you do not want your page found in a web search do not click index page.


Show Breadcrumbs: 

Selecting "Yes" will allow a user to view a sites hierarchy enabling them to see the pages position on the site.

Selecting "No" will disable a user from viewing a page's position on a website.


           


Enabled: 

Selecting "Yes" will allow a user to view a sites hierarchy enabling them to see the pages position on the site.

Selecting "No" will disable a user from viewing a page's position on a website.


Enable Header: Enables your custom header to appear on the page you have set up.


Enable Footer: Enables your custom footer to appear on the page you have set up.


Enable for Roles: Allows access to pages based on roles.


After you have filled out all the appropriate fields, be sure to select the blue "Create Page" button located at the bottom right-hand side of your screen in order to save your work.