Create Standard Page

Create a Standard Page

  • Evoq Content
  • Evoq Engage


  1. Go to Persona Bar > Content > Pages.
    Persona Bar > Content > Pages
  2. Click/Tap Add Page.

    Pages > Click/Tap Add Page.

  3. In the Details tab, configure the basic settings of the page.
    1. Set Page Type to Standard.
      Page Details > Page Type options
    2. Configure the new standard page.

      Add Page > Details > Page Type: Standard

      Field Description
      [Page] Name Required. Used in the navigation.
      [Page] Title Displayed as the browser window's title.
      Tip: The title is used by search engines to identify the information on the page. Include at least five highly descriptive words, and keep the title under 200 characters.
      [Page] Description Information about the page.
      Keywords Comma-separated keywords that can be used by search engines to help index your site's pages.
      Tags Predefined tags that you can choose from the dropdown, if any are defined in the Taxonomy Manager.

      Parent Page

      Branch Parent

      The page under which the new page(s) should reside in the hierarchy.
      Display in Menu If enabled, the page is included in the main navigation menu. If the page is not included in the navigation menu, you can still link to it using its URL.
      Link Tracking If enabled, tracking links are created to determine where traffic to the page is coming from.
      Workflow Predefined workflow states that you can choose from the dropdown.
      Enable Scheduling

      If enabled, the Start Date and End Date buttons appear below the switch. Click/Tap on either button to set the time span when the page is publicly visible on the site.

      • The page is published after the specified start date. If Start Date is not set, the page is published immediately.
      • The page is hidden after the specified end date. If End Date is not set, the page is visible indefinitely.

      Add Page > Details > Calendar

      Template Mode
      • Import from Xml. You must specify an XML file containing the template to import.
      • Evoq Page Template. You must choose from the template layouts provided by the site's current theme.
      Page Template The template layouts are defined by the theme used in the site.
      Xml File The XML file containing the template to import.
  4. (Optional) In the Permissions tab, configure which roles can do which actions on this page.

    Page > Permissions

    • Assign permissions for each role. Under Permissions by Role,
      • To filter the displayed roles, select the role group from the Filter By Group dropdown.
      • To add another role to the list, choose the additional role from the Select Role dropdown, and click/tap Add.
      • Check the appropriate checkboxes to enable each role to perform actions.
    • Assign permissions for a specific person. Under Permissions by User,
      • To add a specific user to the list, enter part of their display name, select the correct user from the list, and click/tap Add.
      • Check the appropriate checkboxes to enable each role to perform actions.
  5. (Optional) In the Advanced tab, configure additional settings.
    1. In the Modules subtab, edit or delete the modules on the page, as needed.

      Page > Advanced > Modules

      Note: The Modules tab appears only if configuring a standard page.
    2. In the Appearance subtab, configure how the page is displayed.

      Page > Advanced > Appearance

      Field Description
      Page Theme The theme to use for the page.
      Layout The layout to use for the page.
      Page Container The container to use for all modules in the page. This setting is overridden by the module's container setting, if any.
      Page Stylesheet The CSS to use for this page. If blank, a default CSS is used. (Note: The default CSS used depends on other settings; it might be from the page theme, the site theme, or other CSS defaults.)
      Preview Theme Layout and Container If clicked/tapped, all the selected Appearance settings are applied to a page in a new browser window or tab.
    3. In the SEO subtab, configure SEO-related settings for the page.

      Page > Advanced > SEO

      Field Description
      Page Header Tags HTML <meta> tags to add to the <head> of the page. Example: <meta name="keywords" content="CMS, Liquid Content, example">
      Sitemap Priority The priority for the page (0 to 1.0; default is 0.5). This value helps search engines to rank the page relative to other pages in the site.
      Allow Indexing If enabled (On), the ROBOTS meta tag is set to INDEX to indicate that search engines should index the page; i.e., <meta name="ROBOTS" content="INDEX" />. Otherwise, the ROBOTS meta tag is set to NOINDEX, and search engines ignore the page.
    4. In the More subtab, configure security and caching for the page.

      Page > Advanced > More

      Field Description
      Secure Connection If enabled (On), the page is forced to use SSL. Available only if the site is SSL-enabled.
      Disable Page If enabled (On), the page appears in the navigation, but it cannot be clicked/tapped, thus creating a placeholder.
      Output Cache Provider The caching provider to use for the page. If none is specified, the site's caching provider is used.
  6. Click/Tap Add Page.


The page is displayed in edit mode. You can click/tap on any of the panes to add content or modules.



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