Anatomy of a Page
Last edited 8/28/2020
The CMS page editor is comprised of a series of cards, each corresponding to a different section of a Tentaroo webpage. The homepage only includes the Page Settings, Top Gallery and Content cards.
This section is used to manage the Page Title, Page URL and menus associated with a page.
This section is used to add images to the top of the page.
The Content section allows you to add text, images, and code to the body of the webpage.
The Bottom Gallery section is similar to the top gallery; however, it is displayed below the content.
This section allow for the addition of social media links on the right sidebar of a webpage.
The Contacts section is used to display contacts from your main Contacts directory onto a page. There are 3 types of contact layouts: Grid, Sidebar and Photo.
The resources section is used to display a table of documents that can be downloaded by the public.
The Map section allows you to place a Google Map on the right sidebar of the webpage.
The Embed Form section is used to paste code from the Tentaroo Form Builder in order to embed a form on to the body of the webpage.
The Sidebar Content section allows you to add text or HTML code to the right sidebar of a webpage.
Search Engine Metadata
The Search Engine Metadata is used to optimize your search results on the site search and for search engines indexing your website on the World Wide Web.