A page is the basic building block of a website. It acts as a container for your content while providing a general structure based on your page template and styling.
While a page is composed of hypertext markup and served in a browser, all pages in the Solodev CMS are given a “.stml” extension. An STML is an HTML file that contains server-side includes (SSI), which are used to generate page-generated content. STML files are processed by the server when a user accesses the related webpage.
if you're creating an HTML page with a code editor, you need to manually give it an extension of ".stml" before you upload the file to your Solodev CMS.
|Add the page name. The name of the page should be lowercase and separated with dashes.
|Add the page title. This will be the Title displayed on your site.
|Add the page description. This description can be utilized on your website's frontend or
for organizational purposes.
|Choose from the available templates. The user can skip this step if they would like to build a custom template for the page and add it later.
|After filling out all the required fields, please click the Submit button to save your changes.