Select Page Settings


Page Settings allow you to configure the appearance and behavior of your Explore page using the following:

  • Appearance settings
  • Custom URL slug
  • Public title (the name which appears in the browser tab)
  • External code

All of the following steps are optional when building an Explore Page.

Appearance settings

You are able to customize how your Explore page looks by applying an appearance group.

  1. Go to the Explore pages to set their colors, fonts, images, and content layout.
    See this article for more information on Explore appearance settings.

    Explore menu item
  2. On the Explore Pages screen, select an Explore page from the left panel.

    Appearances Configuration for Explore page
  3. Select an Explore page from the left panel, and then select Appearance settings as shown below.

    Appearance settings for Explore page
  4. Select an appearance group and then to save, click Update.

Important Note:
The appearance group you select for your Explore page will be applied only to the Explore page, and not to the base Content Track.

For example, if:

  • You apply the appearance group Red to your Explore page
  • The Content Track you built the Explore page on already has the appearance group Blue

Visitors to your Explore Page will see:

  • The Red appearance when browsing the Explore page
  • The Blue appearance when they click through to view the content assets

URL Slug

The URL Slug is the customizable part of your Explore Page’s URL. A URL Slug is automatically generated when you create a new Explore Page, but you have the ability to change it to whatever you want!
imageExample of URL Slug

URL Slugs can help improve SEO, so make it something relevant to your Explore Page.
If you shared the Explore Page before making this change the previously shared URL will no longer link to the content track.
  1. On the Explore Page Settings screen, click URL Slug.
    imageURL Slug option

  2. A popup window appears. Type the text which will appear at the end of your content track’s URL. Click Update to save your changes.
    imageUpdate button

    • If the URL Slug is already being used by another Explore Page in your PathFactory instance you will get a warning message and will have to enter a new slug
      imageURL Slug Error Message

    • Use dashes instead of spaces between words. Spaces are displayed as %20, which decreases readability
      imageDashes not spaces

      imageExample of a slug with spaces

Public Title

The Page Title is the name displayed on browser tabs.
imagePage Title example

If you don’t enter a Page Title, the browser tab displays the title used in the hero section.

You can customize the favicon in appearance settings, under the General tab.
imagePathFactory Logo Icon

  1. Click Page Title.
    Page title


  2. Add a the page title you want to display. Click Update to save.
  3. The title will be displayed as the page name on browser tabs.
    imageTitle example

External Code

External Code can be used to add custom features to your content track. Use external code to add chat boxes, header buttons, and more!

External code will only be available if you have already added code to your PathFactory instance.
  1. On the left panel, click External Code.

    External code
  2. Select as many pieces of external code as you want from the drop-down menu. Click Update to save.

Your Explore Page is almost ready! Now you need to configure the layout of your page.

Updated on April 14, 2023

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