Pages are the main way of organising your content and site architecture and determininig what information is shown when a user visits a url.
When a url is requested, TextStem creates a page object to respond with. This page object has properties such as
- title and template which have been defined for that page
- contextual information, such as where the page sits in the site structure, including menu objects
- a collection of components attached to the page
You can view your site pages as
- a tree
- a list
When viewing pages in the 'tree' view, you can select to view
- the main menu tree
- non menu pages
- orphaned pages
Orphaned pages are pages without a parent. This can occur when a parent is deleted, and the child pages have not been re-assigned.