Search Engine Optimization is not relevant for content items in XperienCentral Headless.
|HTML title||By default, XperienCentral shows the title of the page that appears in the <title> HTML tag. If you want to override the default page title, you can do so by adding a different title that will be used for the page. To override the HTML title of a page, enter a string in the "HTML title" text field.|
|Alternative Path||For web pages, you can specify an alternate URL path that is used in the active friendly URL. This allows you to reference the web page via a path that does not necessarily exist in your website's navigation structure. Just as the friendly URL for a page is constructed using the relative path (based on the navigation tree) plus the title of the page, the friendly URL of a page with an alternate URL path is constructed using the alternate URL path plus the title of the page. The alternate URL path begins after the '/web' part of the friendly URL. To add an alternate path, enter a string in the "Alternative Path" text field.|
|URLs used by active versions||Lists the friendly URLs that the active version of this page uses.|
|URLs from inactive versions||Lists the friendly URLs that inactive versions of this page uses.|
|This page is also available at URLs||Lists all the URLs where this page is also available.|
A content item can have a meta description that summarizes the content item. This information does not appear on the content item itself but can be recognized and processed by a search engine. In the search results, the search engine displays the first 25 or so words (depending on the search engine) of the description below the clickable link to the content item. For best results, the summary should be as direct and concise as possible. To add a Meta Description, enter the text in the Meta Description text field and then click [Apply].
|Meta Keywords||A website can contain metadata keywords related to its content. These keywords are invisible to website visitors but they can be recognized and processed by search engines. The metadata consists of a list of keywords related to the content of the website. There is disagreement about the usefulness of metadata keywords: Some in the industry believe that search engines tend to ignore the keywords and look at the actual content of the website instead. Nevertheless, you can add metadata keywords in XperienCentral that are applied at the website level as well as at the page level. |
To add keywords that will only be used on the current page, select "Use own keywords for this article" and type the keywords, separated by commas, in the text field. When finished, click [Apply].
|Google Sitemap||Defines the following Google Sitemap properties:|
On the Status tab you can set the workflow status of a content item and view/set other metadata related to the status of the content item.
|Publication Status||The following are the possible publication status states:|
|Workflow Status||The workflow state that the content item is currently in (Planned, Published, etc.). To change the Workflow State, click [Edit Properties] and navigate to the "Status" tab. You can also change the workflow status of a content item using the Actions menu.|
|Created||The date and time that the content item was created.|
|Last modified||The date and time that the content item was last modified.|
|ID||The internal ID of the content item. This is the unique identifier within XperienCentral for all content items that have only one version. All versions of a content item share the same ID. Because of this, the "Version ID" of a content item version, described below, is therefore its unique ID within XperienCentral. You can search for content items according to its ID using both Quick Search and Advanced Search.|
|Version ID||The internal ID of this version of the content item. Because different versions of a content item share the same ID (described above), the version ID of a content item version is its unique identifier within XperienCentral. You can search for content items according to its version ID using both Quick Search and Advanced Search.|
|Remark||Remarks allow you to note what you have modified or attach other comments to a page or page section. When a page or page section has a remark added to it, the icon for the page or page section in the Page Section Widget or Site Structure Widget has a yellow tint. See Site Structure Widget for more information.|
|View audit trail||Click to view the audit trail for this content item.|
|Watch this Content||Click [Start Watching] to watch this content. When you watch content, you will receive an e-mail notification when the following events occur:|
Lead & Interaction
In the "Advanced" tab, you can configure a redirect for the current page.
|Choose Target||Select the target for the redirect. The redirect can be to another page on the current website or an external URL. Click [Search Reference] to select the target. Use the "Content" tab to select a page on the current website. Use the "Web" tab to specify an external URL.|
|Redirect Type||Select the redirect type. You have two options:|
In the Design tab, you can select a different design template and/or style for the page or page section. This allows you to change the look and feel of the page or page section on the website frontend. To select a different design template for the current content item:
In the General tab, you can change universal settings for content items.
|Current settings||Shows the settings that are currently applied to the page or page section. If "(Own settings)" is shown, then the settings for the current page or page section are those defined in the property tabs, which means that the page or page section's settings are not inherited from or overruled by another by another page or page section.|
|Use Expiration Date||Specifies whether the page or page section has an expiration date assigned to it. The page or page section will expire on the date set for it in the Basic tab. If this setting is cleared, the page or page section has no expiration date.|
When selected, this page or page section requires HTTPS authentication in order to be viewed.
Specifies the default language for the page or page section on the website frontend. When a website visitor requests this page or page section, this is the language version they will view. To change the default language, select "Define other settings for this page or page section" and click [Save]. A drop-down becomes available from which you can select the default language version.
|Define other settings for this page or page section||This option allows you to set the general settings for the page or page section and to pass on the settings from the current page or page section to its child pages. By default, all child pages of pages and page sections inherit the settings of its parent page. To override the passing on of settings, select this option and then click [Save]. You can then manually select which child pages inherit the settings from the current page or page section in the section "Pass on current settings" below.|
|Pass on current settings||Allows you to specify which page(s) or page section(s) will inherit the settings of the current page or page section. By default, pages and page sections pass on their settings to all child pages or page sections.|
On the Links tab, you can view the hyperlinks that appear on this page or page section as well as which page(s) or page section(s) have a link to the current page or page section. In addition, you can modify the behavior of links on the current page or page section.