Web Spotlight separates the page tree information from your content. Discover why this is a good thing and how the approach works in practice!
Understand the navigation in Web Spotlight
In Web Spotlight, your navigation is separate from content by default. This means that one group of content items defines your page tree navigation, while another group of items defines your content.The items from these two groups are linked in one direction. For example, the root item can link to a landing page, or a page can link to a blog post.Separating content from pages like this helps you ensure content creatorsdon’t accidentally change the page tree and only work on their assigned content.
In your Website root item, notice the elementsSubpages and Content.
The Subpages element is used to create a page tree. You link other pages using this element.
The Content element is used to add the actual content. You link to a content item with the content you want to show on that page.
Let’s now set up a landing page for your root item.