A page can be a parent to one or more child pages, as well as a child of its own parent. All together, these nested 'families' of pages make up your website, and your home page is the ultimate parent for your entire site.
Shared Content pages are discussed separately.
The page name becomes part of its URL, and is also used in SEO. When naming a page or a folder that will contain pages, it is important to use machine readable as well as intuitive language. Separate words with hyphens and do not use spaces, underscores or special characters. For example, if you are creating a folder titled "Our Images," use "our-images" as the title. < read more about page names
When viewed in the browser tab, search results, or bookmarks, all UBCMS pages will always end with ' - University at Buffalo'.
If you later need to change the title of your page, you can do so by editing the Page Properties. Right click the page in the List View, or use the sidekick in Edit view.
The URL of a published page will depend on the path in the UBCMS and any redirects, vanity URLs or other features set up for that site.
Sites under /content/www/ will begin with http://www.buffalo.edu. For example, /content/www/ubcares/ will become http://www.buffalo.edu/ubcares, and /content/www/ubcares/etc will become http://www.buffalo.edu/ubcares/etc.html, and so on.
Sites at the same level as /content/www/ will have their top level page prepended to .buffalo.edu. For example, /content/ubmd/ will generally become http://ubmd.buffalo.edu, and /content/www/ubmd/etc will become http://ubmd.buffalo.edu/etc.html, and so on.
When you create a page, you can adjust a number of additional settings, including the following: