Edit the Page Meta

You can edit detailed meta-information by switching to the meta-tab at the top of the page. While most of the meta-information should be self-explanatory, let's delve into some details:

  • Slug: This is the URL. Changing the slug will alter the URL, potentially affecting indexing in search engines like Google.
  • Navigation Title: Change the title for the navigation.
  • Meta Content: Modify standard meta-tags like title and description. The image will be used when pages are shared on social media platforms and may also appear in the frontend, depending on your theme.
  • Author: The author will appear in the frontend (depending on the theme); the owner has the rights to edit the page.
  • Access Rights: You can restrict access to the page in the frontend. See the example for an restricted page here.
  • Date: The date of creation, last publication, and a manually set date.
  • Reference: You can create different references for a page, such as a redirect 301 or 302 to another page, copying another page, or linking the page to an external page. These features are demonstrated in the pages status examples.
  • Visibility: Hide a page from the navigation and exclude it from the index with a noindex-tag. These features are demonstrated in the pages status examples.