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Creating Content Pages

  • What Is A Node? A node is used solely as folders to group child nodes and/or pages. Nodes cannot be viewed in the frontend (in your web store) It provides an intuitive method for organizing your content pages.
  • Image Management and Uploading In Magento Go, you can create and manage the images that are used in your themes and content pages using the image management tool. This tool, which pops up when you click Insert Image on any content page, allows you to upload, delete, and use the images in your media storage.
  • Managing CMS Pages CMS (Content Management System) pages are static pages such as your Homepage, About Us, and Customer Service pages that provide information about a web store and are managed through the Backend panel. CMS pages are full pages that are available via their own URL address.
  • Page Layout Variations Each page of your Magento Go store has a fixed header and footer, with a content area that is divided into one, two, or three columns. In addition, you can apply different layouts to any content page you create, including your home page.
  • Core Content Pages Magento Go comes with several default content pages that you can use to get started. At the very least, you will need to update the Home, About Us, and Customer Service pages to replace the sample data with content that is suitable for your store.
  • Editing a Content Page All content pages on your site use HTML tags to format the text. Unlike a word processor, Magento Go's content editor inserts the proper codes directly into the text. Even if you don't know HTML, you can work in the "what you see is what you get" text mode, or directly with the HTML.
  • Creating Content The quality of your content helps distinguish your store from others, increases your visibility to search engines, provides support to your customers, and gives them more reason to come back.
  • Creating a New Page The process of adding a new content page to your store is essentially the same for any type of page you create. This series of articles explains how to create content pages for your Magento Go store.
  • Step 2: Create a New Page This series of articles explains how to create a new content page for your Magento Go store. In this step, you will select the page layout.
  • Using the Editor Magento Go provides an easy way to create and format content without having to learn or write any HTML or CSS code.
  • Linking Pages One of the best ways to improve the usability of your site is to create internal links to other content pages in your site. In addition, you can link to other websites, as well.
  • Using Markup Tags A markup tag is a snippet of code that creates a relative reference to an object in your store. Markup tags can be incorporated into page links and used in the HTML content of a CMS page, block or email template.
  • Adding a Markup Tag to a Page Link This set of articles explains how to incorporate a markup tag into a URL, and link to a page. You can use markup tags with HTML anchor tags to link directly to any page in your store. You can also use this technique to make an image "clickable," and linked to a specific page.
  • Linking an Image to a Page The Media URL markup tag can be used to link any image that is in media storage to any CMS content in your store.
  • Setting Up Page Hierarchy Your store's page hierarchy system gives you the ability to organize your content pages and add pagination, navigation, and menus. If you publish a large amount of content on a regular basis, you can use page hierarchy to organize the content and make it easy for people to find articles of interest.
  • Contact Us The Contact Us link in the footer of each page in your store is an easy way for customers to keep in touch with you. The form is enabled by default. It can be configured to send inquiries to a specific email address and send replies from a specific entity.
  • Creating Links with HTML If you prefer to work directly with the HTML code, you can hide the editor and type the anchor tag code for any links you want to create.
  • Content Tools You store has a content management system that is used to create and maintain the information that is available throughout your site. To help you get started, your store's sample data includes several pages and blocks of content that you can modify with your own information, or replace with content of your own design.
  • Header Settings In the Header Settings section, you can upload a background image, set the background color, and apply borders. The settings you choose are properties of the CSS class that formats the header section of the page.
  • Heading Settings In the Heading Settings section, you can modify the heading levels, page title, background, and borders. The settings you choose are properties associated with CSS classes that control heading levels. The tabs represent heading levels <h1> through <h6> and the page title. The selection of settings is the same on each tab.
  • Body Settings The Body Settings section lets you modify your store’s global settings for elements of the Body section. The changes you make become updates to the cascading style sheet (CSS) that is associated with the theme.
  • Inserting Images From the editor, you can insert an online image that resides on another server, or display an image that has been uploaded to your store's Media Storage library.
  • Inserting a Frontend App A frontend app is a snippet of code that can be inserted into existing content. There are several different types of frontend apps, including static blocks, banner rotators and blocks with dynamic content.