Each theme has 4 different page types:
Gallery Pages let you neatly display your images. This is an example of a Gallery Page created with the Amazon theme:
Gallery Pages can be recognized in the Page Editor (Portfolio > Pages) by the image icon, as shown in the sample screenshot below:
Gallery Page icons
Gallery Pages are primarily intended to display Images (here you can find how to upload an image). Other types of items can be added (YouTube or Vimeo Videos, Text Element, and Header Text or Header Image) as shown in the sample screenshot below.
Gallery Page Editor
'Add Item +'
You can add an Image, Video (YouTube or Vimeo), Text Element, Header Text or Header Image
Collection pages serve as visual navigation through the site. One can think of Gallery Pages as photo albums, and the Collection page as the bookshelf the photo albums sit on. This is an example of a Collection Page created with the Amazon theme:
The Collection Page example screenshot above contains links to three different Gallery Pages: Sneakers, Hats, and Jackets. Each of the images, once clicked, directs the visitor to the respective Gallery Page. If the visitor clicks on Sneakers for example, they will be redirected to the Sneakers Gallery Page.
You can link to any type of page within your website (except for individual blog posts) with a Collection Page. Each page needs to have a Cover Image visible.
Collection Editor view
'Add Item +'
You can add a Page Link, Header Text or a Header Image
Collection Pages can be recognized in the Page Editor (Portfolio > Pages) by the icon, as shown in the screenshot below:
1. Collection Page icon
Custom Pages, enable you to create pages outside the design settings of your theme.
Below is an example of a Custom Page:
This Custom Page includes a Slideshow and a Contact Form. You can add a variety of Sections to your Custom Pages (sample screenshot below):
Images (Images only, Slideshows, Images with Text, Image Sets, Link Sets, Comparison Sliders)
Media (Hosted Videos for Pro and Pro Plus, Embedded Videos, Soundcloud and Spotify Audio, Instagram Feed, Custom Embed, Map, HTML Block)
Forms (Contact Form, Mailing List)
Dividers (horizontal graphics)
Add Section (row) to a Custom Page. All Custom Pages, across all our themes work the same way.
Choose from Text, Images, Media (shown), Forms or Dividers
Custom Pages can be recognized in the Page Editor (Portfolio > Pages) by the icon, as shown in the screenshot below:
Title Pages are a type of Custom Page. Title Pages are high-impact pages that have an image or video background and a clickable element that takes the visitor into your website. For this reason, they are very minimalistic, the menu is not shown and have limited customization options.
This type of page works well as a Homepage (landing/splash page) for example, as it grabs the attention of the visitor and immediately communicates what the site is about.
Below is an example of a Title Page:
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