Page Types

Application Page
To set up an Application page, create the page in the CMS Website Tree as usual.  Select Application as the page type. You have two options with an application page.  You can set a checkbox to point to a physical file, if you create custom .aspx...
Article Page
The Article page type is a good page type to use for informational content you would like to feature in Article Lists; news posts, documentation, event updates, and other informational pages would all be appropriate uses for the Article List page...
Bucket Page
The Bucket page type is a page type that does not show up in navigation, does not have content, and is not searchable.  Why use a Bucket page?  To group child pages together in a single place, to help keep track of them for editing and using them...
Media page
A media page acts as a link to a media asset such as an MP3 file.  You can link to local assets or remote assets on external websites.  When a media page appears in an RSS feed, the RSS feed automatically becomes a Podcast RSS feed.  This applies...
Server Side Page
The Server Side page allows you to run legacy software and 3rd party applications transparently within the CMS environment. Advantages This allows you to take advantage of several features built into the CMS: Editing code files using drafts...
Static Page
A Static page type functions identically to the Topic page type.  It can be used in place of a Topic page, and can be useful for differentiating pages from other Topic pages for organizational purposes in the Website Tree. A Static page is...
Text File Page
Text File Pages are designed to allow editing of a physical text file on the server. Although permissions must be changed appropriately for the CMS to edit the file, there is no additional configuration required for updating the files through the...
Topic Page
The Topic page type is an excellent page type to use for landing pages, and for any page that will be featuring dynamic content such as RSS lists, Article Lists, Event lists, tabstrip plugins, etc.    Topic pages can be created by making a new...
Versions Page
The Versions page type is available to allow your site to have specific, targeted content for the public, non-members and members; depending on their account type and whether they're logged in or not, users will see different content.  This...
Website Page
The Website page type allows you to create rules for multiple websites existing within the same CMS instance.  This can be used for creating mobile websites, or other websites with different domains that should be given specific page branches...
Wiki Page
The Wiki page has many features similar to a standard Wiki application; though, closely integrated with the CMS. Features Table of Contents: Automatically derived table of contents groups HTML Heading tags together in linear order as anchor links...

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LAST UPDATED 7/7/2009