Once you've created a page folder, you can change the settings, where it's placed, duplicate it, or even delete it if you want to.
Some of the actions below are only possible if you're an Admin user.
When you hover on a page folder, you'll see a settings icon that you can click and edit your settings. You can change the name of your page folder, change the environments it's available in, edit the data sources attached to it, add SEO settings, its display settings as well as view the history of changes made to your page folder.
For more information on which fields you can add to these settings, see the using schemas article.
To move your page folder to a different place in your navigation tree, you can drag and drop it to the position you want. It can either be within the same page folder as you created it, into another page folder, or creating a page folder of its own.
This can cause some issues in your navigation, so check with your development team or test in the staging environment before making this change in production.
To duplicate a page folder, hover on the page folder you want to duplicate and click on the duplicate icon.
A pop up modal will open with all the same settings as the folder you're duplicating. You can change the name and any settings here for your new page folder. Once you click Save, the page folder will be created and any page versions that were within the original page folder will be copied to your new page folder. Any page versions with as state of live, scheduled, or default will revert to a draft state.
To delete a page folder, hover on the page folder you want to delete and click on the trash can icon. You'll be asked if you want to confirm your deletion as this action can't be undone. As it can also affect your navigation (if you didn't create your page folder here), you need to accept this risk by typing DELETE and clicking the Delete button.
This can cause issues in your navigation, so check with your development team or test in the staging environment before making this change in production.
Now we know how we can create and edit page folders, we need to create a page version within that page folder to display to your customers.
Updated 8 months ago