Editing pages, labels, and URLs

You can edit the properties of existing pages, labels, and URLs to modify settings or add new settings in Page Properties. For example, you can change the name, navigational layout, and theme of a page from Page Properties.

To edit a page, label, or URL, perform the following steps:

  1. Click Administration
  2. Click Manage Pages directly from the navigation.
  3. Navigate to the page, label, or URL that you want to edit. Click on top-level resources to expand nested resources. For example, if the My Music label was nested under the My Media page, clicking on My Media in the table would show the My Music label.
  4. Click the Properties icon in the status section on the line of the item you want to modify. You will leave Manage Pages to modify the properties of existing pages, labels, or URLs.
  5. Update the values available for the resource. The following advanced options are only available when editing the page properties of existing pages, labels, and URLs:
    Note: See the Page Properties Help for information on how to perform these advanced options.
    • Allowed portlets: Use this setting if you need to limit the list of portlets that a privileged user can add to the page in the Edit Layout and Content portlet. This setting does not have any effect on users that have manage permission on the page. You can only set a list of allowed portlets only when editing an existing page.
    • Titles and descriptions: Use this option to change the page title or description or to add or change titles and descriptions for locales.
    • Page parameters: Use this option to view, add, delete, or modify page metadata, which is kept in parameter and value pairs.
    • Rule mapping: Use this option to control the display for your page. This option is only available if Personalization is installed.
  6. Click OK to save the modified settings, or click Cancel if you want to return to without saving the updated settings.