While a document page does not allow widgets to be added, you can still drop in an image within the editor. The beauty of a document page is that you can have several pages in a document. When the page is live, a list of pages within that document is listed with links at the bottom of the pages
A Jadu Document consists of two parts: a Document Header and the Document Detail or content. You must complete the header portion when initially creating the document before you can go on to create the detail.
1. Create the Document page
Click New and then click on Document Page from the Dropdown menu:
2. Edit the Document Header
In Jadu, a basic web page is called a Document and is made of two parts, a document header and the document content page. The header is created first and must be completed before moving on to the content page.
1. Enter Document Title. This title is the name of the page that will be part of the website navigation path, also known as the breadcrumb trail.
2-3. Check the next steps to see how to Assign Categories and Metadata.
4. Keep this default set at two Column.
5. Keep this selection set at "no".
6. Keep this selection set to "1".
3. Assign Categories
1. Click on Assign Categories:
2. Click on the alphabetic letter to narrow down the search for your department (you may only have 1 or 2 categories)
3. When you find the appropriate level, click on your Category and Click Add:Category Name button. The department/category name will display in the panel on the right.
4. Finally, Click on Apply Categories.
4. Assign Metadata
Metadata is used to narrow down the search process to locate your page.
1. Enter Additional Keywords that describe your page. Keywords should be in all lower case, separated
2. Enter a brief Dscription of your page
NOTE: the Description is used by search engines such as Google and may appear in a listing of web search results. It should clearly describe the primary topic of the page. The description does not have to be structured as a sentence and should not be more than 150 characters.
3. Click Assign Metadata
5. Save Document Header
After completing the Assign Categories and Metadata steps, you are ready to click on Save and create the Document Header:
You should see a screen that looks like this, indicating you are ready to go on.
Next step is Creating a Document (Detail)