Content Type specific settings

    In combination with the General and the Theme settings, each Content Type comes with a set of settings that are specific to that particular content type. This enables you to add specific settings to each individual page on your website.

    The Content Type specific configuration options are didived into groups, whereas some are used on multiple Content Types and some are specific to only a single Content Type. In this article you can find details about the SEO and the Settings groups, as well as links to articles with more details about the remaining groups; Navigation, Footer and Meta).

    The groups:

    SEO

    Available on the following Content Types: Site, Page, Feed, Post and Search.

    The SEO (Search Engine Optimization) group contains configuration options related to the SEO on your website.

    Title

    Aside from being used as the main title for the page along with the Title Signature, the Title will also be used in various other meta tags on the website. This includes Open Graph and Twitter.

    The recommend number of characters in the title is 50-60 as this is typically the number of characters shown in Google.

    Description

    Use this text area to provide a short description of the page you're setting up. It's recommended to use around 155 characters as a description for the most optimal SEO results.

    The description is used for various meta tags on the website.

    Image

    Upload an image to be shown along with a link to the page, when posted on various social media.

    Hide In Sitemap

    Provides the option to hide the current page from the sitemap.

    Sitemap Page Priority and Sitemap Page Change Frequency

    the final two options in the SEO group gives you the option to configure the sitemap priority for the current page, as well as how often the page is likely to change.

    Settings

    Available on the following Content Types: Site, Page, Feed, Post and Search.

    The Settings group provides a set of different configuration options for the current page.

    Transparent Header

    This setting gives you the option to customize the Header of the website to a specific page. When enabled the background of the Header will on be transparent only on the current page and only until the visitor scrolls down.

    Transparent Header Color

    When Transparent Header is enabled, you can decide whether you want to text in the header elements to be either black or white.

    The color you set here, will not affect the color you've set for active items in the navigation.

    Hide In Navigation

    When enabled the current page will not be shown in the main navigation on the website.

    Enable this setting to hide the current page from search results when the search feature on the website is used.

    Use these settings to hide the Header and/or the Footer of the website on the current page.