The page settings allows you to change the page title, permalink, page type, permissions (available on the large plan) and meta data for any page. Click the page settings tool to change the settings for the current page.
Page Title: This is what shows up in the navigation
Permalink: What the page is called in the browser address bar. When you first create a new page, the permalink is automatically the same as the page title. If you change the page title, you should remember to change the permalink. Redirects happen automatically if someone types in an old link.
Page Type: The page type allows you to choose from several different templates.
Home Page: There should only be one of these. This page is the page people will land on when they first come to your site.
Default Page: This will be most of pages you create on your site. The page is divided into three flexible content areas for you to add information. This page type is the most diverse.
Blog Page: The blog page will display all blog posts that you write. You can choose to only display posts from specific categories. This page type does not support subpages.
Events Page: (available on small plans or higher) The events page will display all event posts you write. You can choose to only display events from specific categories. This page type does not support subpages.
Media Page: The media page will display the items in your media library. You can choose to only display media from specific categories. If you set a media item in your library to "hidden" it will not display on this page. This page type does not support subpages.
Photo Grid Page: The photo grid page allows you to choose images from your media library to display in a grid. If you click on an image, it will appear in a lightbox with the image title underneath, and arrows to flip to the previous or next image in the grid. The page also has a banner area above the grid and a body area below the grid to add additional content.
Photo Albums Page: This page allows you to create multiple slide shows of images that appear as thumbnails below a selected slide show. There is a banner area above the collections for additional content.
Permissions - "Who can see this" (available on the large plan only)
There are three levels of permissions you can set for a page; Everyone, Editors or Guests.
A page set to "Everyone" will be a fully live and public page for the world to see.
"Editors" will be a locked page that will not display publicly, and will only be available when an editor logs in to make changes. This is useful if you're working on a new section of your website.
"Guests" will be a locked page that you can allow guests to view, but not edit. This is good if you have a group of people who need access to private information on your website. For example, a parent's only section for a school website.
Meta Data: This area allows you to add a description and tags to the page. These are useful for search engine optimization.