Read all about the settings you are able to setup per page here.

In this article

  • Basic settings (titles, aliases, and scroll buttons)
  • SEO settings (index it?, canonical URLs, Metas)

Basic settings (titles, aliases, and scroll buttons)

Change the title of your page here. This title will show in the page overview and also in the navigation bar. The page alias will show in the URL of the publication.

Important: Keep in mind that if you change your page alias, the URL of your publication will change for that page. If you have already sent out the URL to your readers, remember that this old URL will not work anymore if you change the page alias. 

Determine whether you want to show the page scroll button per page. When a page only has one full height block, there’s no need for a page scroll button. You can turn it on or off here.

Be aware that you have to save the changes, and for them to be effective on the live publication, you need to republish.

SEO settings

Hide this page from search engines

If you don’t want this page to show up in search results, check this option. You can hide the entire publication at your publication settings. Be aware that you have to save the changes, and for them to be effective in the live publication, you need to republish.

Canonical

Use a canonical URL to avoid possible duplicate content penalties. It's a search engine friendly URL that search engines view as authoritative when your content is visible on several URLs.

Meta description

You can add a short description of your page under ‘Meta Description’. This is the text people see in Google search results. Filling in the fields under Meta Description is very important for your findability in Google. This meta description is also visible when your pages are shared on Facebook or other social media.

Be aware that you have to save the changes, and for them to be effective on the live publication, you need to republish.

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