CMS Pages overviewEdit on GitHub
A CMS page is an HTML page you can create and edit in the Back Office using the WYSIWYG editor. The About Us, Impressum, Terms, Contacts, and Conditions pages are the examples of CMS pages that you can create.
Each CMS page has a unique URLs.
CMS page template
A CMS page template is a Twig file that, when applied to a block, defines its design and layout.
You can create templates to effectively create similar content. The CMS feature is shipped with several page templates by default. A developer can create more templates.
CMS page validity period
When creating a page, you can select validity dates. The dates define when the page starts and stops being displayed on the Storefront. For example, if you are planning to run a promotion campaign, you can create a banner beforehand and define when it starts and stops being displayed based on the promotion period.
CMS page store relation
If you have an international store, you can define which stores each page is displayed in.
Each placeholder in a page has locale-specific content (for as many locales as you have).
CMS content widgets
When you edit a CMS page, you can add CMS content widgets. A CMS content widget is a dynamic piece of reusable content. The following CMS content widgets are shipped with the CMS feature:
- product set
- product group
- cms file
- cms block
With the CMS Pages feature, you can:
- Localize your CMS pages, including the name and HTML meta header information.
- Adding SEO meta information to CMS pages.
- Specify validity dates for CMS Pages.
- Assign a CMS Page to a specific locale, thus making it visible or hidden for a specific store (the Multi-store CMS feature).
Related Business User articles
|BACK OFFICE USER GUIDES|
|Create a CMS page|
|Manage CMS pages|
|Edit CMS pages|
|Manage versions of a CMS page|
Are you a developer? See CMS feature walkthrough for developers.
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