A Custom Page is created from the Administration with our Basic formatting editor or with TinyMCE.
Custom Pages can be very powerful when it comes to customizing content to your PHPFusion site.
A Custom Page can contain HTML, PHP and BBCodes or pure Text.
To enable PHP Codes in Custom Pages you must first toggle the setting, Administration > Settings > Security Settings > Allow PHP Execution Set to Yes.
You can use each Customized Page as a section for your specific content, making your PHPFusion content modularized and easy to edit when necessary with either TinyMCE or a simple textbox.
Adding a Custom Page
Page Title: Enter name of Custom Page.
Keywords: You can have SEO friendly Keywords defined for each Custom Page, Type your wanted Keyword and press enter for each keyword you want to insert.
Page Content: Your Custom Page content goes here.
If you have TinyMCE Enabled under Administration > Settings >Miscellaneous Settings >TinyMCE Editor , You will be able to see a button to activate it here in the Custom Pages as well.
We have this extra measure as a precaution for site owners who have PHP codes or HTML customizations in various Custom Page sections. If TinyMCE would automatically enable the code´s could be scrambled. This feature gives you a free choice of edit mode for each Custom Page.
Add link to navigation menu: - Tick the box if you want the page link to show in your navigation menu.
Enable Comments: - Allows members to post comments on the page, [If globally enabled - Settings -> Miscellaneous].
Enable Ratings: - Allows members to rate the page, [If globally enabled - Settings -> Miscellaneous].
The Language box allows you to select one or more languages from which the current Custom Page will be available from.
Access: Select Access level for this Custom Page.
You can preview your Custom Pages in an Overlay before saving them
Current Custom Pages
This is a dropdown list of all your current Custom Pages with it´s unique ID before the title, you can select one for viewing, editing or deletion.
To Manually create Custom Page links you can look at the ID in the current Pages and insert it with viewpage.php, for example viewpage.php?page_id=1 < The Page ID.
SEO / SEF
If your server support mod_rewrite you can enable The Custom Pages SEO Module in Administration -> System Admin -> Permalinks -> Disabled Permalinks.
This will enable your Custom Page titles to act as the links to the content and it will also make your site very SEO friendly.
For any questions, please visit our Content Administration Forum