You can access all page settings from the left side pull-out menu in the webpage editor. In the following sections, we introduce you to the general and sharing settings of a page. You can always find detailed instructions on each setting by clicking the ? symbol.
- Internal name and description
These are only visible for your project team. The idea is to make it easier for the team to distinguish between pages in case there are several. It is therefore a good idea to give each page a specific internal title and description.
The language used in the page. It will also be the default language for any translations.
- Post visibility start and end
Choose the dates for when the page will be published and when it disappears from public view. Please note that Maptionnaire currently uses the MM/DD/YYYY format. If you intend to feature the page in the Ongoing category on the public front page, you need to give it both start and end dates.
- Show on public front page
Switch this on if you would like the page's card to be visible on the public front page. If you intend to feature the page in the Ongoing category on the front page, you need to give it both start and end dates.
- Allow commenting
If you want to allow commenting on the page, switch this on. This will add a comment section to the end of the page and allow signed-in readers to comment. If you allow commenting, it is usually also useful to appoint someone in your project group as a moderator.
- Social media sharing buttons
Decide which social media sharing buttons you want to display on your pages. This makes it easier for people to share a project page on social media. You can also choose an image that will be featured with the link. Below is an example of a page link on Facebook.