Extended Page

Extended Page

Description: An Extended Page offers a simple layout that comprises a main page title as well as sections with headings. An Extended Page should therefore be used when you want to create a new page that contains multiple blocks of content but does not contain any widgets.

Fields: The main fields available to Extended Pages are the Title, the Summary, the Content Blocks (Title and Body) and the Primary Image. The summary and the primary image will only be used if the Extended Page is integrated elsewhere on the site. The Content Blocks (Title and Body) are used to create sections with headings. For a more detailed explanation on all these and other fields available to Extended Pages, refer to Appendix.

 Example:

extended page

Appendix

The appendices below deal with all the different fields available to the nodes and content snippets described in "Understanding our pages and the elements that compose them ". The “Translatable?” column refers to whether a field requires both English and French content.

Field Name

Description

Translatable?

Title (*Required)

The title of your piece of content.

Yes

Path

The URL where people will be able to view this piece of content.

Yes

Summary

A brief summary of your piece of content meant to be displayed within teasers on landing pages.

Yes

Content Blocks (*Required)

The most important field. This is where you will write your content. You may add multiple blocks, each added block will have its own Title and Body.

Yes

➥Title (*Required)

The title of your current block which will appear as a section title.

No (Translated at block level)

➥Body (*Required)

The content of your current block.

No (Translated at block level)

Related Links

This is meant for links related to your current piece of content. The “Title” portion of this field is for the text that will be visible to the public while the “URL” is the path where the related content lives.

Yes

Primary Image

You may attach to this field an image that will be used within teasers on landing pages. You also have the option to display this image within the content itself by checking the option.

No

Content Groups

This is a list of terms to which your piece of content may belong. Most of these terms are associated with distinct parts of your site so be careful which terms you select.

No

Tags

This field allows you to tag your content. This may be used in the future to enhance the search capabilities of every site.

No

Page Section

You may select a Page Section instead of specifying a Path. If your webmaster has elected to use this feature, we recommend doing so as well. Your page will receive a path appropriate for the section you pick. If you also specify a Path, the Path will take precedence.

No

Published Timeframe

If you have time sensitive content, you may use this field to set a publish and unpublish date and time. Note that there will be a delay between the time you unpublish content in the backend and when that content will become unviewable by the public.

No

Sidebar Reference

This field allows you to reference a Mini panel (more specifically, its machine name) that will be placed in the right sidebar region of the page. Leave this field blank unless your webmaster has explicitly advised you to use it.

No

 

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