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Finding page properties

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What are page properties?

There are a number of things you can do with a "page" other than just display data.  You can have that page redirect to another page within Creighton's site or to a site elsewhere.  You can have the page redirect to a file, like a pdf.    Each of these types of pages have a number of possible properties that are unique to that type as well as a number of properties that are common to all.  The page name (pagetitle) is an example of one of those properties.

Finding Page properties in the List Module

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With the page who's properties you wish to edit in the pagetree, then in the list work area you can click the pencil at the top of the work area in the gray.  You can also access the current page subpages's page properties from here by clicking the pencil next the the pagetitle in the list.

You can also use the pagetree contextual menu from here.

Finding Page properties in the Page Module

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In the page module, highlight the page in the page tree.  Then in the work area you can click the pencil at the top of the work area in the gray or you can simply click the "Edit page properties" above the columns. 

You can also use the pagetree contextual menu from here.

Finding Page properties in the View Module

Can you say it with me?  "You can't."  You can use the pagetree contextual menu to accomplish this though.  

Finding page properties in the Pagetree

With the page you want highlighted, left click on the icon next to the page name (pagetitle) and pull down to "Edit page properties".

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