Brightspot Content Types Guide


Pages can be used to deliver assets organized around a single idea, product, or campaign. Good examples of pages are error pages, a privacy policy, a glossary, and an “About Us” page.

To create a page:

  1. In the header, click add.
  2. From the Create list, select Page.
  3. Using the following table as a reference, complete the fields as needed.
  4. Complete your site's workflow and publish the page.
  5. As necessary, add associated content to this asset. For details, see Creating associated content.
Field Description
Display Name Enter a display name. This name is visible to the visitors to your site.
Internal Name Enter an internal name for this asset. Brightspot uses this name internally, such as in the search panel and recent activity widget. This name is not visible to visitors to your site.
Description Enter a description. This description is visible to the visitors to your site.
Lead Select or configure a lead, typically a page heading. This selection is visible to your visitors.

For more information, see Page heading.
Section Select the sections associated with this asset. This selection is not visible to your visitors.

For information about creating a section, see Section.
Content Enter the asset's content by selecting and configuring a module. The module is visible to the visitors to your site.

For more information, see Modules.

The following illustration shows how Brightspot renders a page.

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