Pages are different from Posts in that Posts are hierarchical, related content, like a blog, or collections of lessons, or articles about related subjects, like composers, or performances you’ve given. Pages are generally stand-alone, static pages of content.

You can create pages for any number of purposes. Some may remain fairly static for a long period of time – an About page or Content page, or a Organization’s History or Recent Awards pages, for example. You might want to create whole sections for your Boosters or Supporters or your Alumni. Other pages may be for shorter periods of time, such as a special announcement, a resources page, a page of links, downloadable documents, a list of audio clips, or private pages for only a select audience.

Create a Page when you DON’T need: a News post, a Blog post, Event details, Staff Directory, or Ensembles pages (unless you want to create your own pages instead of Cadenza’s built-in features).

Be Creative!

To create truly interesting and creative Pages, use the Page Builder for your layout with multiple columns and dynamic Content Modules. With the Page Builder’s drag and drop interface, you can build complex pages with ease that provide your visitors with informative content in truly engaging ways. Add images, video, accordions, tabs, sliders, flip boxes, animation and so much more.

Visibility Settings

Pages can be Public or Private. Use the Publish Visibility settings to hide Pages from everyone except you, or allow only certain visitors to view them by adding Password Protection.

Pages must be linked to, shared, or searched for in order to be viewed. When you create a Page, you must provide a link so that visitors can find and view your page. This differs from News posts or Events Details, which are dynamically presented within your site. This is with good reason, because you have the option to provide a link to a page only when you want to share it. You wouldn’t want all of your pages always added automatcally!

Read this article to learn how to link to your Page.

Read this article to learn how to add your Page to your Menu.