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Page mode is one of the work modes available in eZ. It comes with the eZ Studio component.
Example of a page viewed in Page mode
Elements of Page mode interface
The Navigation hub is common for the whole eZ interface. It allows you to jump to other editing modes and to access administrator options.
The lower row of the Navigation hub lists available siteaccesses and allows you to switch between them.
Navigation hub in Page mode
The Studio toolbar is located below the Navigation hub and contains basic controls for the Page mode.
Mode switcher. You can switch between View and Edit mode.
Information Panel. Displays information about your current status:
Version button. Opens a window with a list of all the versions of the current Content item.
Options. Opens a drop-down menu with the following options:
|Preview. Use it to optimize the displayed content on devices with various screen sizes.|
Depending on the mode you are in this will be:
Create. Use it to create a new Content item - either Landing Page or regular content.
Publish. Use it to publish the Content item you are editing. Click the down arrow to access:
When viewing a Landing Page, the space below the Studio toolbar will contain a Timeline toolbar. It helps in visualizing the changes made to a Landing Page in a given period of time:
The main part of the window is taken up by the Page preview.
In View mode this part of the window displays the current page as it looks to the visitor.
In Edit mode you can also preview the page. It is additionally visibly divided into zones, allowing you to clearly see the layout of the page and modify all of its elements.
The sidebar on the right is only present in Edit mode. It contains options for editing the current page and adding blocks to it.
Sidebar with block options