AEM – Page properties and Page operations

In Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), page properties and page operations are key concepts related to managing web pages within the content management system. Here’s a detailed explanation of these concepts:

Page Properties

Page properties refer to the metadata or settings associated with a web page in AEM. These properties provide important information about the page, such as its title, URL, language, template, and more.

Page properties can be configured to define various attributes of a page, such as its appearance, behavior, and SEO settings. Authors and editors can access and modify page properties through the page properties dialog or a side panel in the AEM authoring interface. Page properties are used to control how a page is displayed, indexed, and shared on the web.

AEM Page Properties

Here is a list of commonly used page properties in AEM:

  1. Page Title: The title of the web page, which is displayed in the title bar of the web browser and in search engine results.
  2. Page Name: The name or URL slug of the web page, which is used in the page’s URL.
  3. Page Template: The template used to define the structure and layout of the web page.
  4. Language: The language in which the web page is authored or intended to be displayed.
  5. Page Expiration Date: The date when the web page should no longer be published or displayed.
  6. Target Audience: The intended audience or target group for the web page.
  7. Meta Title: The title tag used in the HTML head of the web page, which is displayed as the title in search engine results.
  8. Meta Description: The meta description tag used in the HTML head of the web page, which provides a brief summary or description of the page’s content in search engine results.
  9. Meta Keywords: The meta keywords tag used in the HTML head of the web page, which lists relevant keywords or phrases for the page’s content.
  10. Canonical URL: The canonical URL of the web page, which is used to indicate the preferred version of a page when multiple versions of the same content are available.
  11. Robots Meta Tags: Meta tags used to instruct search engines on how to crawl and index the web page, such as “noindex” to prevent indexing, “nofollow” to prevent following links, and “noarchive” to prevent caching.
  12. Social Media Sharing Settings: Settings related to how the web page is shared on social media platforms, such as the social media title, description, and image.

Page Operations

Page operations are actions or operations that can be performed on web pages in AEM. These operations allow authors and editors to perform various tasks related to managing pages, such as creating, deleting, moving, and copying pages, as well as managing versions, activating, and deactivating pages.

AEM Page Operations

Page operations are typically available in the AEM authoring interface as context-sensitive options or commands that can be accessed through the page’s right-click context menu or a toolbar.

Page operations provide a convenient way to manage pages and their content efficiently within the AEM content management system.

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