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Page Settings

The page settings tab contains all settings related to the current page you are previewing in Saber.


Title & Description

These two fields are used to generate the <title> tag and <meta name="description"> tag in the header of your rendered page. You can create prefixes & suffixes to use within your page title that allow you to keep a consistant page title pattern throughout your website.


The header & footer are Partial Views that load above and below the contents of your page. They are also rendered differently than any other partial views because they can contain their own multilingual content. All other partial views on the page store their multilingual content within the Page Content tab for the page you are viewing. If you want to modify the multilingual content for your header or footer, click the link labeled "Edit Content Fields" located right above the header & footer dropdown lists.


Stylesheets

You can add custom CSS stylesheets to your page if required. You should create or upload custom stylesheets to the wwwroot/css folder. Your page will load stylesheets in the following order: all custom website stylesheets, website.less, all custom page stylesheets, your page's LESS stylesheet.

NOTE: You are able to drag & drop your custom stylesheets to sort their load order.


Scripts

You can add custom JavaScript files to your page if required. You should create or upload custom scripts to the wwwroot/js folder. Your page will load scripts in the following order: all custom website scripts, website.js, all custom page scripts, your page's JavaScript file.

NOTE: You are able to drag & drop your custom scripts to sort their load order.


Subpage Template

Every page in Saber supports subpage templates, which is a template web page used to create new web pages. For example, if you have a blog (e.g. /blog), you can manage a blog entry template page (e.g. /blog/template) so when you create a new blog entry (e.g. /blog/2020-12-24/christmas-eve), the template page will be used to generate the new blog entry. Your template page may include a user interface (such as a sidebar or comments section) as well as placeholder content that you'll later replace (such as the blog title, author, date, and body).