Grav - Administration Panel Pages


In this chapter, we will understand how Administration Panel Pages work in Grav. Pages give an easy access to create, edit or delete the content to your site. In the administrative panel pages, you can view the list of pages created for your site and you can also create new modular or non-modular page for your site.

Adding New Pages

You can see that there are three buttons present at the top of the pages administrative panel as shown in the following screenshot.

Grav Administration Panel Pages

Add Page

It creates non modular page for your site which consists of various fields while adding page to your site such as Title, Folder Name, Parent root etc.

When you click on the Add Page button, a popup window appears as shown below −

Grav Administration Panel Pages

It contains the following fields −

After filling all the information in the fields, click on the Continue button. It will redirect you to the page editor.

Add Modular Page

Modular page enables to create a single page from its child pages. It has the ability to build complex one page layouts from modular content pages.

When you click on the Add Modular button, a popup window appears as shown below −

Grav Administration Panel Pages

The window contains the following fields −

After filling all the information in the fields, click on the Continue button. It will redirect you to the page editor.

Pages List

This displays the list of the pages which are created for the site.

Grav Administration Panel Pages

Here you can easily access your created pages and edit it.

When you click on the page which is displayed in the list, you will see the following screen.

Grav Administration Panel Pages

In the above screen, you have options to edit the page, add content or add images to your page. The Options tab consists of publishing, taxonomies and site map options which we study in Page Editor Options chapter. The Advanced tab contains the advanced options of the page like setting, ordering and overriding which will be covered in the Page Editor Advanced chapter.