Below, a screen capture of CMS on the “Pages” category
1 – Main navigation / 2 – Language switch / 3 – Action button / 4 – Website main page / 5 – Parent page / 6 – Child page / 7 – Create/Edit translation content / 8 – Page navigation
Here, you can switch to another language to see the related content.
On the “Page” category, the website main page is marked with the suffix “Front page”.
Here, this is a parent page.
Here, this is a child page (in this screenshot, the parent page is the “Rooms & Suites” page).
Here, you can create or edit the translation of the related page.
Below, a screen capture of CMS on a page in the edit mode (page, place, offer …)
1 – Title / 2 – Main text / 3 – Additional content / 4 – File gallery / 5 – Page options / 6 – Language / 7 – Publish / 8 – Page attribut / 9 – Featured image
In this field, you can edit the title of the page/place/offer …
In this field, you can edit the main text of the page/place/offer …
In this section, you can add and edit the additional contents of a page (specific according to the selected template).
In this section, you can upload images for the slideshow (only on the homepage).
In this section, you can add options on the page/offer (specific according to the selected template ).
In this section, you can choose the language of the item and select if you want duplicate uploaded medias and featured image to translations.
This section allows you to manage the publication of your page (publish, edit, delete).
You can also preview your changes by clicking on the “Preview changes” button.
In this section, you can select the parent page and the template page.
In this section, you can select the image/illustration on the page/offer.
* to see these sections, you need select a template and save before.
Below, a screen capture of the text editor:
As on Word, the text editor allows you to format the content. You can bold or italicize your text with the editor.
You can also create a link:
If you are familiar with HTML, you can create/edit the text directly in HTML. For this, just click on the “Text” tab to switch to HTML mode.