What is a Structured Page ?

A structured page consists of 3 distinct sections (header, body and footer) containing editable page slices. The header and footer sections are limited to one page slice. The body section allows you to add one or more page slices.

The page slices can be shared across pages if required e.g. if you want all pages to have a logo and menu section at the top.

The Zingy website pages are examples that have the same header and footer:

See Adding Content to Structured Pages for more information.

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