Display Page Example

Create a new Display Page:

  1. Go to BuildPages in Site Administration.

  2. Go to the Display Pages tab.

  3. Click the Add button (Add).

  4. Name your Display Page Lunar Resort Display Page and click Submit.

Figure 1: The Display Page creation interface.

Figure 1: The Display Page creation interface.

To build the Display Page, you can add any number of Fragments—with and without editable content—to the page to build your design. Fragments with editable content can have their editable fields mapped to be filled by a Web Content article. You can also base it on a specific Web Content Structure.

Figure 2: Editing a Display Page with some Fragments added.

Figure 2: Editing a Display Page with some Fragments added.

Notice that the example has an editable title and text body, with a static footer containing graphics and links. After you’ve added some fragments to the page, you can map them like this:

  1. Click on the Mapping tab inside the Fragments section.

  2. Under Asset Type click Select.

  3. For this example, select Web Content Article for the Asset Type and Basic Web Content for the subtype.

Figure 3: Selecting the Asset type and Subtype.

Figure 3: Selecting the Asset type and Subtype.

  1. Click Save.

  2. Now check the box that says Show Editable Areas. This highlights areas that you can map.

  3. Click on an editable text area and then click Map. A dialog appears with a list of fields that can be mapped to that area.

  4. Map your Title and Content to the appropriate area.

  5. Click Publish at the top of the page to save your work.

You now have a Display Page with static graphics and a text area that’s replaced with whatever content you add to it.

Publishing with Display Pages

Now create a short article to display with this display page:

  1. Go to ContentWeb Content in Site Administration.

  2. Add a Basic Web Content article.

  3. Name it Thoughts About Space and fill in some short content.

  4. Open the Display Page section and click Choose.

  5. Select the Lunar Resort Display Page and click Done.

  6. Click Publish.

Figure 4: Selecting the Asset type and Subtype.

Figure 4: Selecting the Asset type and Subtype.

When published, you can view the content at its Friendly URL (you can find the Friendly URL while editing a Web Content article under Friendly URL) or when you click on the content in an Asset Publisher with Asset Link Behavior set to View in Context.

Figure 5: Selecting the Asset type and Subtype.

Figure 5: Selecting the Asset type and Subtype.

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