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‘Site Pages’ (also called ‘User Pages’) display all pages available in the system. The administrator can manage site pages: add new pages, edit and delete existing ones.

To get to User Pages you need to go to Admin Panel > Templates > Site Pages. On the opened page you will see the following table:

This table displays all the pages currently existing in the system. Also the table contains details about each page, such as: the URI of each page, its Title, Module and function page has.
“Actions” column displays the actions you can make to pages.

Note:

To easily find a needed User Page in the table you can sort the User Pages by their URIs in ascending or descending order. For that you need to click on the “URI” column title.

To see the way a certain page currently looks in the front-end you need to click on the underlined URI of this particular page in the User Pages table. The new browser tab will be opened where you will see this page displayed.

Note:

You may be required to sign in under a user account to review some site pages. Also for seeing some of the site pages you may need to sign in as an employer or job seeker depending on a type of that page.

Editing User Pages

If you need to change parameters of a User Page you need to click on the “Edit” icon opposite this particular page. E.g. you want to edit ‘Display Resume’ page. There will be the following form opened:

URI - the relative address to find this page (e.g. /about/). You can change it if needed. Also you can set any of the file extensions here (e.g. .html, .php, .txt, .htm, etc.);

Pass parameters via URI - this flag means that parameters will be passed via URI . These parameters allow you to use SEO friendly URIs with the 'display_listing' and 'browse' functions. Listing ID will be passed in URI for the 'display_listing' function and browse criteria will be passed in URI for the 'browse' function;

Title – you can enter a desired title for your user page that will appear in the ‘title’ meta tag;

Template – here you can set a template for a user page;

Module – you can choose a module which function you want to use for this page.

Function - each module contains one or more functions that can be used. Here you can specify a function to be used for this page. This function will appear instead of {$MAIN_CONTENT} tag in the chosen template.

Parameters– specify parameters of the above function if required;

Keywords - keywords are certain words or phrases used for search engine optimization. Keywords will be inputted in the ‘keywords’ meta tag in the source of this page;

Description - this information will be inputted in the ‘description’ meta tag in the source of this page.

After you modified Page parameter the way you need – press the “Update” button located on the ‘Edit User Page’ form. The changes will be saved and applied to this Page.

Deleting User Pages

Administrator can delete a needless User Page from the system. For that you need to click on the red “Delete” icon opposite this particular User Page in the table.
For example you want to delete About us page:

This page will be immediately deleted from the system and can’t be restored, only created anew.

Adding a New User Page

You can add a new Page to your site if needed. For that you need to click on the “Add New User Page” link located on the top of the “User Pages” page.

You will see the following form opened:

You need to fill in the fields of this form with the needed data to Add a new User Page to your site. The fields you need to fill in are the same as described above for the Edit User Page form.

For example, if you want to add an additional static page to your site, in the Module field you should choose ‘static_content’, in the Function field choose ‘show_static_content’ and set Page ID Parameter in the pageID field:

To finish adding a new page, press the Add button at the bottom of the form.

The newly created page will appear in the User Pages table and you can edit it any time you need.

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