These are different types of Web pages that are used for your Web store.

They are:

  • a) Standard Web Pages
  • b) Category Pages
  • c) Section Pages
  • d) Content Pages:
    • i) Custom Content Pages from Page Library
    • ii) Custom Content pages created by yourself
  • e) Brand Pages

a) Standard Web Pages:

  • These are the default Web pages for your store and there is no provision to delete them.
  • However, you can edit them and change their layout as per the options given for each page.
  • Examples of Standard Web pages are:
  • Home
  • Product Details
  • UserRegistration
  • Login
  • ShowCategory (Master Category Page)
  • SearchResults (Search Results Page)
  • BrandPage (Master Brand Page)
  • Search Summary
  • Track your Order
  • DisplayCart
  • Search Product Page
  • Site Map
  • Store Map

b) Category Pages:

  • Category pages are meant for displaying the products of the respective categories.

  • These pages generally consist a Category Menu and a 'Product Showcase' 'Drag & Drop' controls. But, you can define the controls as per your requirement.

  • ShowCategory page is the Master category page and whatever changes you do here will reflect in all other category pages that are created after defining the ShowCategory page.

  • If you want to apply the format of the ShowCategory page to all previously created category pages, change the template by selecting the Delete category settings, content pages, and brand pages.. checkbox while confirming the template change, and revert back to your original template in the same way.

  • Please don't forget to take the backup of your Custom CSS file (if defined) via Style Sheet Editor while changing the template. Else, it will be deleted.

  • If you are creating new category pages after defining the ShowCategory page, the controls of the ShowCategory page will be automatically retrieved in the new category page. You can also modify the required category pages exclusively.

  • If you have created a new category after defining the ShowCategory page, and not created a category page for the category, the respective category page will be automatically created as per the ShowCategory page when a user navigates to that category in the storefront.

c) Section Pages:

  • Section pages are required while creating a 'Post''Local Deal', or 'Flash Sale Events' etc… to display the 'Post details', 'Deal Details' or 'Details of Flash Sale Events'.

d) Content Pages:

  • There are two type of content pages.
    • i) Custom Content Pages added from Page Library.
    • ii) 'Custom Content Pages or Content Pages' created by yourself.

i) Custom Content Pages added from Library:

  • These are commonly required pages for your web store and they are available in the Library. You can and you can add them by just selecting the required pages and customize them as per your requirement.
  • Once the selected pages are saved, the content of the respective pages will be automatically retrieved from Library and you can edit the content as per your requirement.
  • You can use those pages to display on Navigation/Footer bar or at any other required place.
  • Examples of Custom Content Pages from Library are:
  • About US
  • Disclaimer
  • Return Policy
  • FAQ
  • Help
  • Contact Us
  • Privacy Policy
  • User Agreement

ii) Custom Content Pages or Content Pages: These are the customized content pages that can be created as per your requirement. You can drag and drop any control into these pages from 'Drag & Drop' controls to display the desired content & products.

  • Example: Fabulous DiscountsRakhi Special, which displays the products of respective product group.

e) Brand Pages:

  • The Brand pages display the products of respective Brands.
  • You can customize Brand pages as per your requirement.

Note: If you have not created a 'Brand Page' and when any user tries to browse that brand page through url, then that Brand Page will be automatically created based on the Master Brand page (i.e. named as Brand Page)

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