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Every page in your concrete5 site is part of a single site tree or hierarchy starting with the root level "Home". You don't have to make your site feel like a tree to your visitors, but behind the scenes this hierarchy always exists and we use it for lots of important things like inheriting permissions. 

You can manage all the pages in your site with the Sitemap tools in the Dashboard.


  • Full Sitemap is a powerful interface that lets you look at the entire tree at once, opening and closing sections of your site as needed.
  • Flat View is very helpful on huge sites. If there's thousands of pages at a single level in your site, the flat view might be much faster and more helpful for you. 
  • Page Search lets you find a specific set of pages.
From any of these views you can perform many of the same actions on pages that you might from the edit drop down. Clicking a page name brings up this menu which maps very closely to the options detailed in In-Page Editing.


Page Commands

Clicking any page name on the Sitemap brings up a popover menu that maps to the same settings you see in the In-context toolbar in edit mode. The only thing here that can't easily be un-done is Delete. When you delete a page, it's gone. Period. That's why we ask to make sure. 


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