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Pages (Page Resource)

Any content that will be displayed on the website will be created on a page. Everything on the website will revolve around pages, their structure and their organization. In OASIS, a page is categorized under the Folder type. Any time you are searching for a web page, it will be listed as a Folder in the Explorer.

Basic, main pages will already be in place on the website. Subpages can be created under any main page. Creating subpages is as simple as navigating to where the subpage should live (for example, subpage “History” might live under the main page: “About”).

When adding new page resources, administrators will note 3 different detail sections to be filled out before creating the page. These Details can be edited at any time after the page is created.

Page Attributes


The name of the web page. The name administrators give the page will be automatically generated in the URL. This name field should not contain special characters.

HTML Page Title

The title of the page that will show up in search engines, a site-wide search, and in the tab on a user’s web browser. It may be the same as the Name field and can contain special characters.


A brief description of the page that will appear in search engines and aid in SEO (search engine optimization) ranking as well as with AODA and W3C (accessibility) compliance. Descriptions are mandatory and should be between 150 – 160 characters.


One or two significant subjects that describe the page. This field is not required.

For more information about tagging keywords for searching, see Search Tags

Search Tags

Used for internal site searches and grouping content together. Words that pertain to page content as well as documents and resources can be used. Examples for a Search Tag on an About page may be, “History”, “About”, “Our Team”, “Logo”, etc.

Administrators can create new search tags by clicking the Create Tag button.

Review Frequency (Days)/Expire Date

Pages can be scheduled for review at which point the owner of the page will receive an email to look over the specified page. Setting a frequency (for example, every 60 days), helps to keep content fresh. A page expiry can be set; if this is utilized and a page expires, it will be available to administrators but removed from the site map and will not be visible to visitors until the page is updated.

Email Addresses for File Upload Notification

When new files are uploaded to certain page, users can be notified. Their emails will be entered into this field, separated by a comma.

Custom User Layout

This field should remain unchecked unless training indicates otherwise.

Show as New

This field should remain unchecked unless training indicates otherwise.

Create Under

This field will automatically populate depending on the page that was being viewed when the administrator clicked Add Page. If administrators wish to change the destination of the page, that can be done by clicking the link icon and selecting the appropriate page (or Folder) name.

Hide From Sitemap and Index

Checking this box will create a page that does not show up in the site map which means it will not get indexed by search engines or internal searches. It should be noted that pages are still accessible through the direct URL. This is not a means to secure pages. This box should typically remain unchecked unless training indicates otherwise.