Pages

This is where the pages of your website are organised and edited. The pages are listed down the left hand side of the screen in a tree-like directory, including any pages that are still being edited and are not live. If there is an arrow sybol next to a page, this means it is a parent page and therefore has sub-pages beneath it. You can click the arrow to expand these pages.

Next to each page, there is a symbol showing the state of that page, which is explained on the key below the pages.

Please see explanations for each key item below:

  1. Enabled:
    This means that the page is live and visible on the website.
  2. Disabled:
    A page that has been added but has not yet been enabled, so isn’t live.
  3. Locked for editing (enabled):
    This means that the page is live and is being edited by another user. It is sometimes possible to override this by clicking on the page and clicking ‘Unlock page’, however this will undo any changes that the other user has made.
  4. Locked for editing (Disabled):
    A page has been created but is not enabled, and is currently being edited by another user.
  5. Not editable (Module-Enabled):
    A custom-built module page that is live. Elements of module pages can usually be edited in the module section, although some elements may only be editable by 16i developers.
  6. Not editable (Module-Disabled):
    A custom-built module page that is not live. As above, some of these elements are editable in the module section.
  7. Awaiting approval (Enabled):
    A page is live and new changes are awaiting approval from a user with a higher access level.
  8. Awaiting approval (Disabled):
    A page is not live and new changes are awaiting approval from a user with a higher access level.