User level: Site Owner; Site Administrator; Site Editor; Site Author; Site Contributor
The Page Edit screen is where all page level editing is done. This encompassess page metadata (e.g. page title, listing information, event date, article author, menu settings) and page content (i.e. text, images and media visible on the
*Visibility depends on the page layout that is selected.
The Moderate screen allows viewing of and reversion to previous versions of the page content. See Content Worfklow documentation for information about moderation.
The Settings screen contains the page's non-revisionable information. If a change is made to a page's Settings, these changes are effected when the page is saved in any state (Draft; Review; Publish; Schedule publish).
Configuration options on the Settings screen:
Menu settings - Provide menu link option; Menu link title; Parent item; Weight (for link positioning)
URL path settings - Generate automatic URL alias (based on page title) option; text field for new URL alias
Access control - Button to access control settings (set Oxford-only access to a page - if you have this enabled for your site)
Buttons to Delete content and Copy a page are also located in this section.
Provide menu link option; Menu link title; Parent item; Weight (for link positioning)
URL path settings
Each page has at least one URL alias. On creation of the page, the alias is generated automatically based on the page title.
More than one alias can be added to a page. To do this:
Uncheck the 'Generate automatic URL alias' checkbox
Overwrite the text in the URL alias field (the current alias will not be deleted by doing this)
You will be returned to the page view
To check which alias has been set as the primary alias:
Re-enter edit mode, navigate back to the Settings tab > URL path settings
There will be more than one alias, each with a radio button on the left. The radio button of the primary alias is blue.
To select a different primary alias, click the appropriate radio button and click Save
The 'Set access control' button takes you to the Role based access control settings screen:
This allows you to restrict access to a page to 'Oxford Only' (anyone with an Oxford SSO can log in to view the content) or 'Staff Only' (you must have an Oxfordstaff SSO to view the content), if you have these options enabled for your site. To check if these options are enabled, and to request them if they are not, go to Site Settings > Visibility.