Create content pages on your portal
Content pages allow to highlight data, write articles, do data storytelling or even describe a license on your portal.
Create a content page
The Portals section of Data Fair allows you to access the configuration of your portals. You can then access the editing of content pages using the Edit content pages button at the top right.
Then click on the create a new content page button.
A menu is displayed allowing you to enter the parameters of your page:
- Published or/and Public
- The template allows you to choose a predefined page layout.
- The position in the menu, in direct link or in a submenu
- The page title
Parameters of this menu can be modified later.
On the image, the content page is called Land, has a thematic page template, a sub-menu layout and a Thematic as block name.
The blank page template allows to add and arrange the elements freely.
The thematic page template allows to add description of the page and a banner.
Configuration of your thematic page
On the left side of the editing page is the editorial content.
On the right side of your page, there is a preview of your content page updated in real time.
The editing part allows to add elements and page blocks like a CMS.
A block has different sections:
- The title
- General description
- The visualization you want to present
- The associated datasets which allow you to choose the datasets to highlight.
- An accented text which allows to highlight an important text such as an information, a success, a warning or an error.
You can use the following video as an example to complete your first block:
Once your block has been edited, click on the pencil to exit edit mode.
You can then create multiple custom blocks.
After adding different blocks, you can publish your page so that it is accessible to visitors to your portal.
For an opendata portal, your page must be public to be available to visitors of your portal.