Site settings 

Page Title

Background and layout

Keywords, author – search engine settings

Avoiding search engine entry of certain sites


The Settings icon allows you to enter a name and a title for your web site.

Page Title

The title will be shown in the top bar of a browser window. Search engines use titles as an important indicator and refer to your page via its title. By providing a descriptive and meaningful title, you help future customers in finding your web pages.

Background and layout

Here you can assign layout classes to a web site. For example if you want to show content in the left window of a web page, you would select the class ‘Left window’.

The page layout can be defined the default setting here is ‘Standard’. If you want to have a page without any layout, select ‘Single page’.

For further information about layouts, please refer to the chapter Creating layouts.  

Keywords, author – search engine settings

With the field ‘Author’, you can provide information about the author of the web page.

By entering meaningful keywords describing the content of your page, you can make certain that search engines will find your pages on the web.

For example, you want to describe the product ‘multifunctional printer’. Very few people will actually enter the exact phrase (‘multifunctional printer’) as a keyword. It is therefore better to supply additional related keywords, like print, printer, fax, scan, copy machine and so on.

Avoiding search engine entry of certain sites

You can set options for search engines to not include your pages in their index. Default setting is ‘Current page yes, linked page yes’, if you do not want to have a page as a separate search engine entry, you can set the option ‘Current page no, linked page no’.