Last updated May 5, 2010. Created by ghankstef on December 11, 2003.
Edited by frank0987, sepeck, webernet, add1sun. Log in to edit this page.

The page module allows users to create static pages, which are the most basic type of content. Pages can be collected in books via the book module. Users should create a page if the information on the page is static. An example would be an "about" page.

When a page is created, a user can set authoring information, configure publishing options, whether readers will be able to post comments. They can also select the content type of the page (e.g., full HTML, filtered HTML, php).

As an administrator, you can set the publishing default for a page (in its workflow): you can specify whether a page is by default published, sent to moderation, promoted to the front page, sticky at the top of lists, and whether revisions are enabled by default. You can set the permissions that different user roles have to view, create, and edit pages.

You can

  • read the node administration help at administer >> help >> node.
  • read the page administration help at administer >> help >> page.
  • read the story administration help at administer >> help >> story.
  • create a page at create content >> page.
  • set workflow and other global page settings at administer >> settings >> content types >> page.

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