The site tree displays the site's structure as a series of nested items. You can expand and collapse any branch of the tree as you would with other similar interfaces. The tree reflects the two main types of pages: addable pages represented as a stack of items and non-addable pages represented as a single sheet document.
The tree displays the page name for clarity which also serves as the page's URL stub. For example the URL of staff page in the figure below would be http://your.domain.com/about/staff. Each page is managed by clicking on that page in the tree.
Site tree fragment
The range of options available for every page varies with page type, your provider and choice of package.
In the main management area all available options are displayed as illustrated in below.
Example page editing options
Above the page editing options a breadcrumb providers you with a direct link to all the page's parents back to the website homepage. The breadcrumb is displayed using the page's title (not its name as in the site tree). At the end of the breadcrumb the page type is displayed in parenthesis for quick reference.
The example above illustrates the editing options for a product catalogue page type, more details about the specific operation of each option is included in the remainder of this section.