Reference library

Article number: 301055
Last updated: 20 August 2015

Virtual pages

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. Virtual pages are primarily designed to work with editorial content only.

Virtual pages are created by selecting the 'Virtual Page' content layout in standard page properties.

Virtual pages are configured via the Content tab in the Editor window.

  1. Open in the Content tab of the Editor window the Virtual page that you want to configure.
  2. Select which page to display the content from - click Change to display the menu tree and select the page, the content of which you want to display on the virtual page.
  3. Associated page content - you can display downloadable files, internal links, and external links on a Virtual page. Refer to the Page Content section of Sitekit CMS Help.
  4. Click Save to save your work and Publish to make it live.

Note that virtual pages by their very nature do not respond to many of the page specific 'magic words' such as those prefixed with thispageinfo.

Related questions


This article was last updated on 20 August 2015. Did you find it helpful?