Website - System pages


The System pages section complements the Menu and Pages section. Here, you can access all the available pages on your website that are not covered in the Menu and Pages section. This includes pages like the 404 page, blog, login, etc.

How to edit the System pages?

  • Click on the eye icon 👁️‍🗨️ and preview the page as it is at the moment.

  • Click on more options […] and edit the page on the builder, check the SEO settings, duplicate the page, change the name, or import content.

  • Click on Edit for shortcut access to the builder.

You can also edit the pages in the menu on the right side, namely: information, settings, and SEO.

Editing Information

  • Published page: activate this option only when your page is ready to be made public. You can keep this option deactivated while you're still editing the page. Once published, the toggle will turn green, indicating that the page is live and accessible to visitors.

  • Restricted page: you have the ability to restrict access to the page either by setting a password or by making it accessible only to registered users.

  • Make homepage: you can select which page should serve as your website's home page. Please note that only one page can be designated as the home page. If the house icon is blue, it indicates that the corresponding page is already set as your home page.


  • Background: customise the background of your page by selecting a specific color or setting a background image.

  • Sharing image: the chosen image will be displayed when the page is shared on social networks.

Helpful tip: we recommend keeping your page title between 60 and 65 characters for optimal visibility and search engine compatibility.

  • Page description: the page description serves as a summary that appears on search results. It provides visitors with additional information about the page's content.

Helpful tip: we recommend keeping your page description within the range of 100 to 320 characters for optimal search engine visibility and providing concise information to visitors.

  • Page metatags: meta tags or keywords are words or phrases entered by search engines to help find your site. Choose words that potential visitors commonly use in their searches.