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Page Settings

This lesson is about the management of page settings in M#. For details on applying the page settings please refer to Page Settings in chapter 6.

Page settings consist of a key and value pair. The Page setting keys are defined at project level and then implemented on individual page by specifying a value. The screenshot below shows the "Page Setting Keys" section in M#:

M# defines two keys when a project is created as shown above . "LeftMenu" is used to display side menu on pages and "TopMenu" is used to display the main menu bar. You can add extra page settings based on you requirements. When these keys are implemented on pages, M# implements them in the sitemap for each page.

Note: Page settings are also inherited by subpages like roles i.e. if you specify "LeftMenu" setting on a page then the subpages will also recognise that setting.