When navigating to the info tab, general information about the selected page is being displayed.

Page detail > Info


The page name is determined at the creation of the page and lasts for the rest of the page's existence. It is used as a permanent identification for the page, regardless of a new title or path of the page.

This allows the name to be used as a permanent path for accessing the page e.g. A page will always be accessible with the permanent url: http://mydomain.com/pages/en-US/<Name>.

This way, users can use this link in other pages' content without having to worry that the url will change.


The title is the name that appears in the menu and on the page itself. The title can differ from the name and the path.


The path can be changed and adapted to the needs of the user; A page can be found with the path url: http://mydomain.com/en-us/<PagePath>/<SubpagePath>/...

Because the path isn't permanent, this url will not be a permanent way to reach the page.

Should any user decide to change the path, the website will no longer be accessible through the old path name.

Is title visible

By checking this box the title will be visible on the page.

Is visible

When this checkbox is checked, the page is accessible to users who have view permissions.

When unchecked, users who try to access the page will get a 404 response error message.

Appears in sitemap

When checked, the page will be displayed in the sitemap if there is any.

Appears in menu

When checked, the page will become visible in the main menu.

Appears in breadcrumb

When a breadcrumb bar is available, there will be a link to the page.

Is template

Users can check this to make the selected page a template page for future use.

Inherits security

The user can check this so the page inherits the security configuration from its parent page, which it might have been created under.


This option is enabled by default. If deactivated, a user needs to have a "Read" right before they can see the page.

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