At times it is helpful to display an error page that is tailored
to your website and audience. For example, when a visitor attempts
to land on a page that no longer exists, they could get a '404
error' (no such page) that includes special instructions, high
traffic links, or branding elements and contact details specific to
your own site.
Your pages can be published or taken down automatically by the
UBCMS at a predetermined date and time. The UBCMS provides two
methods—Delayed Activation vs Scheduling On/Off
Time—each with its own pros and cons.
Visitors can be automatically switched from one URL to another,
using webserver redirects, UBCMS 'vanity URLs' and redirect pages,
or third-party URL shorteners. These solve problems from previously
published links or help to promote a alternate path to your
By adding tags to your pages, the UBCMS can automatically
display your content through list-building components. While tags
can be added to any UBCMS pages, they are most powerfully used in
conjunction with Shared Content.