The page workspace includes tools to help you quickly find the pages you need, and commands to perform routine maintenance on individual or multiple pages. You can also quickly update page properties from the grid.
On the Admin sidebar, go to Content > Elements > Pages.
Click any row in the grid.
To select multiple records, select the checkbox of each row that you want to update.
Update any of the following properties:
When complete, click Save.
|Add New Page||Adds a page.|
|Search||Initiates a catalog search based on the current filters.|
|Actions||Lists all actions that can be applied to selected items in the list. To apply an action to a page, or to multiple pages, select the checkbox in the first column of each record that is subject to the action. Options:
|Select||The control in the header of the first column can be used to select multiple records as the target of action. Select the checkbox in the first column of each record that you want to select. Options:
|Save Edits||Applies the current action to selected records.|
|Edit||Opens the record in edit mode. You can accomplish the same thing by clicking anywhere on the row.|
|Select||The checkbox in the first column is used to select multiple records. Options:
|ID||The ID is an incrementing number that is assigned to each page.|
|Title||The title that appears at the top of the page.|
|URL Key||The URL key is similar to a file name, and identifies the page in the URL.|
|Layout||Determines if the page appears with sidebars to the right or left of the main content area. Options:
|Store View||Used to associate the page with a specific store view.|
|Status||Indicates if the page is online or offline. Options:
|Created||The date the page was created.|
|Modified||The date the page was last modified.|
|Action||The actions that can be applied to an individual record include:
Edit - Opens the page in edit mode.
Delete - Deletes the page.
View - Displays the page in preview mode.
|Custom design from/to||Specifies the start and end date when the selected design is applied to the product page|
|Custom Theme||Applies a custom theme to the page|
|Custom Layout||Determines the custom layout of the page|
|Meta Title||Meta title for the page|
|Meta Keywords||The meta keywords for the page|
|Meta Description||The meta description for the page|
The Search box in the upper left of the Pages grid can be used to find specific pages by keyword. For a more advanced search, you can filter the search by multiple parameters.
Enter a search term into the page search box.
To display the results, click the Search () icon.
The results include all pages that contain the keyword.
If necessary, click Clear All to clear the previous search criteria.
To display the selection of search filters, click the Filters !(Funnel icon) tab.
Complete as many of the filters as necessary to describe the pages that you want to find.
Click Apply Filters to display the results.
|ID||Filter the search by page record ID.|
|Title||Filter the search based on the page title.|
|URL Key||Filter the search by the URL Key.|
|Created||Filter the search by the date the page was created.|
|Modified||Filter the search based on the date the page was last modified.|
|Store View||Filter the search based on store view. Options:
|Layout||Filter the search based on page layout. Options:
|Status||Filter the search on the page status. Options:
|Custom design from / to||Filter the search by the start and end date when the selected design is applied to the product page|
|Asset||Filter the search by the page title assets|
|Custom Layout||Filter the search based on a custom layout. Options:
|Custom Theme||Filter the search based on a custom theme. Default options:
|Meta Keywords||Filter the search based on the meta keywords for the page.|
|Meta Title||Filter the search based on the meta title for the page.|
|Meta Description||Filter the search based on the meta description for the page.|
|Apply Filters||Applies all filters to the search results.|
|Cancel||Cancels the current search.|
|Clear All||Clears all search filters.|
Pages can be edited, disabled, enabled, and deleted. To apply an action to an individual page, select the checkbox in the first column. To select or deselect all pages, use the selection control at the top of the column.
Use the Action column on the far right to apply any of the following actions to the individual page:
Apply any of the following actions to several selected pages at the same time using the Action selector at the top-left corner:
The selection of columns and their order in the grid can be changed according to your preference. To keep the new column arrangement, you can save it as a view.
In the upper-right corner, click the Columns () control and do the following:
Select the checkbox of any column that you want to add to the grid.
Clear the checkbox of any column that you want to remove from the grid.
Click the header of the column and hold.
Drag the column to the new position and release.
Click the View () control and then click Save View As.
Enter a name for the view.
To save the view, click the Arrow ().
The name of the view now appears as the current view.
Click the View () control and do one of the following:
Choose the view that you want to use.
Change the name of a view by clicking the Edit () icon and updating the name.
|Exclusive feature only in Adobe Commerce (Learn more)|
Page changes can be applied on schedule, and grouped with other content changes. You can create a campaign based on scheduled changes to a page, or apply the changes to an existing campaign. For more information, see Content Staging.
All scheduled updates are applied consecutively, which means that any entity can have only one scheduled update at one point. Any scheduled update is applied to all store views within its time frame. As a result, an entity cannot have a different scheduled update for different store views at the same time. All entity attribute values within all store views, which are not affected by the current scheduled update, are taken from the default values, and not from the previous scheduled update.
Campaign Start Date and End Date must be defined by using the default Admin time zone, which is converted from the local time zone of each website. Consider an example where you have multiple websites in different time zones, but you want to start a campaign based on a US time zone. In this case, you must schedule a separate update for each local time zone, and set Start Date and End Date in converted from each local website time zone to the default Admin time zone.
Also, you can schedule and preview changes for product updates. For more information, see Scheduling an Update.