The system administrator for your website is able to add standard values for the different fields that you can fill in. This may mean for example that the heading field is already filled in, or perhaps that the date for publishing is shown automatically. If your system administrator has chosen to work with default values, the purpose is often to make things easier for the editors without restricting them. This means that, as an editor, you can also change the preset values if you choose.
Type the name of the page you create here. This is the name that the page will have in EPiServer CMS’s tree structure, in the menu and as a heading, unless you enter another name in the Heading field ("Heading"). The Name field must not be left blank.
Optional. Heading will also appear later as a heading at the top of the page. If you wish, the heading can be different from the page Name, which is what is shown in the tree structure. Enter a page heading in the field Heading if you want a different value from the one you entered under Name. The Heading field can be left blank and will then have the same value as the Name field.
In the Editor you create what is to be displayed to the visitor. In simplified terms, you could say that this is where you create the content of your pages. The Editor is an editable area in which you can work with texts and images, create links and add tables.
The example template Standard page has the editor sections Main Body and Secondary Body. The Standard page template is constructed so that the text in Main Body will be displayed in the middle of the page and the text in Secondary Body will be shown in the column to the right.
Note that not all page types have Editor fields.
Optional. This is where you enter the name of the individual who created the page, and it can be left blank. When the page is published, the date and time the page was last marked as modified is also shown.
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