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Dimitar Dyulgerski
HTML Microdata in PageTypes CMS
Posted By: Dimitar Dyulgerski on 11/2/2012 5:26:46 AM, 0 Comments, 17973 Views Categories: PageTypes Architecture Tags: seo, Architecture, Microdata
In PageTypes since we have already prepared HTML structure for Products, New, Events etc. all the page types you are familiar with, the HTML5 Microdata specifications is coming like next logical step we need to implement and ensure better web presentation and optimization for our customers.
As usual, the new functionality will be preconfigured so you do not need to border about adding and editing anything else than your content.
Your PageTypes website may have different layouts of your choice. Layouts are based on content and side bar combinations. Each page can be attached to a layout and also each page type can be attached to layout. Attaching a page type to a layout means all the pages of this type will use the attached layout.

The layout also determines which page modules will be displayed in the middle bar or side bars. You can attach any page module in the middle bar or side bar. You are also able to change the modules position.

Each page can be attached to a menu. There is no limitation how many times a page will appear on the menu i.e. a page can be attached to the menu several times and in different positions.

Paging structure

The basic unit we use for content presentation is the “page”. Depending on how you wish to input and place your content we provide a selection of distinct page types which determines the functionality of your presentation.

Page Elements

URL alias. The URL alias is unique page identifier which is used in URL construction.

Page Content. Page Content takes central place on your website. The administrator creates the content using the HTML editor.

Page Items. Depending on page type you have chosen the page items may represent different predefined structure, logic or workflow.

“Quick Access Module” a.k.a. the Module. Each page has a module. The module is designed to represent aspects of the page content and items. The page module can be connected to any other page layout where it will display the featured information allowing fast access to the page.