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Article number: 301122
Last updated: 08 May 2014

Change the stylesheet used in a page

Page Layout and Stylesheets

Sitekit uses 'stylesheets' to define the fonts (typeface, size, colour, etc.) and other elements that are used on the pages on your website.

Many of the pages on your website will use the same stylesheet, but there may be occasions where a section of your site, or an individual page, needs to use a different stylesheet.

  1. Select the style that you want to use from the Use site style or override for this page drop-down list. 
  2. Click Save to save your work and Publish to make it live.

Page Redirection

There may be links from elsewhere on the internet to a specific page on your website and there may be occasions when you prefer to direct these external links to a different page on your website or to a page on an external website. Sitekit allows you to temporarily or permanently redirect users.

  • If you want to temporarily redirect users from this page, select Temporary Redirect (302) on the ReRoute drop-down list.
  • If you want to permanently redirect users from this page, select Permanent Redirect (301) on the ReRoute drop-down list.
  • If you want to redirect users to a server page, select Server Page on the ReRoute drop-down list.
  • If you want the page to which you are redirecting users to open in a different window to your website, select New Window on the Target drop-down list.
  • If you want the page to which you are redirecting users to open in the same window as your website, select Same Window on the Target drop-down list. Enter the full web address of the page to which you are redirecting users in the URL box.

Note that Sitekit CMS v9.5 introduced an improved Redircetion Facility, so the Page Redirection process described above is not present in v9.5. (see Redirecting Pages in Related Links).

Mouse over navigation help

Navigation help is text that appears when a user holds the curser over a navigation label on the navigation menu. The text provides the user with a short summary of the content of the target page.
Navigation help text can be added and edited in the Advanced Properties section of the

  1. Scroll down to the Navigation Help section.
  2. Type the help text in the Mouseover Navigation Help Text for this page box.
  3. Click Save to save your work and Publish to make it live.

Script code area

Script code is placed in the head and body tags of a web page to provide specific functions. This is an advanced feature and the script code should not be edited by anyone who is unfamiliar with script code syntax.

  1. Scroll down to the Script Code Area section.
  2. Type the script code into the appropriate Access the HEAD tag, Access to BODY tag, or Access to the HTML tag boxes.
  3. Click Save to save your work and Publish to make it live.

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