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Pages can be used to create single pages for content to be displayed on the site.

Good examples of pages are things like error pages, a privacy policy, a glossary, and an "About Us" page.

Below is a brief description of page fields.

  • Display Name: This required field is the H1 display title of the section for front-end audiences. The field itself is a small rich-text editor (meaning it supports simple formatting like italics). The text that a user inputs into this field is automatically used by Brightspot to populate the asset’s URL, the asset’s SEO metatitle, as well as the asset’s internal Promo Title (how this asset will display around the site itself, such as in dynamic modules) and external Share Title (how this asset will appear on other websites, like if a user shares it on a social network). You can choose to write custom text for any of those placements, but Brightspot automatically populates those fields with the Display Name to be helpful.

  • Hide Display Name: Toggles whether the display name is displayed on the front end.

  • Internal Name: This field will be used to display this section in search results. It defaults to the Display Name field, but you can overwrite the default by typing text into this field.

  • Description: You can add a text description of the page. Text input in this field is passed to the front end.

  • Lead: Pages support placement of a Lead, which can be an image or a video. When the Lead is used, it will appear along with the dynamic results (i.e., all the content assets that match a given page).

  • Section: Allows you to assign this page to a maximum of one section.

  • Contents: Pages support the placement of a variety of modules. Note that if using the content area, the dynamic results are replaced (think of this mode as a “full curation” mode). An editor can simulate the “automatic” mode by placing a dynamic list module set to match this page.