A Document page on the public website allows visitors to download and view a particular document.
What's inside this article:
- Manage the document file
- Manage settings
- Add related content
- Preview the Document
- Further recommendations
To manage the document file, click Document in the left panel.
The following options are available:
- (A): Replace: Upload a new file that replaces the original file. This option is useful if the upload fails.
- (B): Download: Download the current file.
- (C): Source of document: Optionally add information about the source of the document. This information is displayed on the public website.
The following additional settings options are available under Settings in the left panel:
The following options are available:
- Status: Adjust the Document status.
- Publication date & time: Adjust the publication date and time that is displayed on the public website. Optionally schedule publication.
- Last update: Specify when the Document was last updated. If filled, the information is displayed on the public website.
- Title: Adjust the Document title.
- Introduction: Enter a brief introductory text. Tick Display introduction to display the introduction on the public website.
- URL Slug: Enter a text string that is added to the URL and enhances visibility via search engines.
- Categories: Assign the Document to one or more Categories.
- Main image: Add a Main image that is displayed on the Document page on the public website.
- Main image caption: Edit the text that is displayed when a visitor scrolls over the Main image on the public website. The text is also visible to search engines and screen readers.
- Main image description: Review the internal description for the Main image. This text is not visible on the public website, but might be useful for editing the Main image caption.
Optionally configure how the Document is previewed via widgets and other pages on the public website. If you do not add Website teaser settings, the preview is generated according to the General settings.
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Optionally configure how the Document is previewed when it is shared via social media.
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Optionally add the following settings (if available):
- Authors: Add one or more names that are displayed at the top of the Document page on the public website. You can only add someone who is already listed as an Author in Pangea CMS.
- Contributors: Add one or more names that are not displayed on the public website, but are visible internally to payroll. You can only add someone who is already listed as an Author or a Photographer in Pangea CMS and has an assigned Contributor ID.
Optionally assign one or more tags to the Document page. Tags in Pangea CMS are used to conveniently identify and manage groups of content. Tags can serve the following functions:
- Configure a Content widget to only display content that is assigned a particular tag.
- Use the Pangea CMS Search tool to find only content that is assigned a particular tag.
If the Document page is saved, you can retrieve the URL. You can also add internal notes that are visible only via the Document Settings. Notes are not searchable in Pangea CMS and are not visible on the public website.
You can add a Related content widget to the Document page. A Related content widget provides links to other content published by your own service that visitors may find interesting. The widget is displayed on the right side of the screen on desktop, or below the main content on mobile devices.
Select Related content in the left panel and click Select content. For detailed instructions, refer to the following article:
If the status of the Document page is Published, you can click Live site at the top of the screen to open the Document page on the public website. Regardless of the status, you can use the options under Preview in the left panel to preview the page on devices with different screen sizes (desktop, tablet, or mobile).
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