Reference library

Article number: 301100
Last updated: 28 March 2015

Module pages

For a page to use module content the module first has to be set up on the Configure tab the page content  The content of the page is managed via the Manage tab.

The following modules are available to use in Sitekit CMS, click on the associated links to take you to the specific pages for editing:

  • Forms: A form allows you to collect information from your website's users and store that information in a way that makes it useful.
  • Posts: A post page allows you to display structured and interrelated data from events, news to staff listings.
  • Calendar page: A page with an embedded calendar using event derived from external JSON  feeds or from posts. Added in 10.3
  • FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are a useful way to provide users with information without them having to make direct contact with you.
  • News: News allows you to create and publish news articles. Previously this was a specific events page type however it's being encouraged in 10.1 in favour of using posts for news.
  • Events: Events allow you to show events as a calendar or list. Previously this was a specific events page type however this has been deprecated in 10.1 in favour of using posts for events.
  • Forums: A forum is an area of your website where users can contribute to a discussion. Previously this was a specific forum page type however this has been deprecated in 10.2 in favour of using post for forums
  • Guestbook: A guestbook is a page on your website where users can leave comments.
  • Virtual page: Virtual pages are pages that display content from another page on your site. They are useful if you want to have two identical pages on different areas of your website, or you want to keep a page that is the target of external links, but use the page to display the content of a different page.
  • Site map page: You can create 'Site Map' pages that allow visitors to see links to all the pages on your site (or a section of your site) displayed on a single page.
  • Search page: You can create 'Search' pages that allow visitors to your site to find pages by typing a keyword into a search box.
  • List by page: You can create 'List By' pages that allow visitors to your site to find pages or files by selecting an initial letter from an alphabetic index, which displays a list of pages corresponding to the chosen letter.
  • Links page: You can create 'Links' pages that allow your to collate and display all or part of your links library. Links pages can form important reference sections in a site and can also be used for reciprocal links in order to improve search engine rankings.
  • File as page: Any file in your file library can be incorporated in your site navigation by making the file in question a 'File as page'
  • XML source page: XML Source pages are used to display imported content from external sources (e.g. RSS news feeds) using a combination of XML (for the imported data) and XSL (for styling the imported data).

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