Here you specify the main language of the website/page. Select the language from the list.
After you select a different language, an additional check box appears if the setting should be local or inherited on the underlying pages. Local setting means that you only change language on this page.
If you have copied a page and translated it without using the translation function , you can later link the pages together. Click the page icon and browse to the original page.
Here you can set which encoding standard (doctype) to apply to your webpages. You can select the following encoding standards:
For example, to switch to XHTML 1.0 Transitional on a page, select it from the list.
After you select a different encoding language, an additional check box appears if the setting should be local or inherited on the underlying pages. Local setting means that you only change encoding standard on this page.
Here you can change the title of the page by filling in the field.
Shows the published date of the current page. Here you can change the published date on a page afterwards. For example, you can change it to re-publish news so that the news appears at the top of the news module again.
You can also overwrite the date in the white text box.
To change the time, click the clock icon. Select the time in the list. The list shows half hours.
To change date, click on the calendar icon. A calendar then opens where you can select a new date.
The Settings panel is located on the items:
The page published: 2020-05-15