Page settings is where you manage all page-specific information, including SEO and 301 redirects. Navigate to page settings from the main navigation by clicking Pages > Manage Pages, then click the three dots next to a page name and select Edit settings.
The name of a page is visible in the page overview of the Editor and in the main navigation on your website.
A URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) is the final bit of a URL that identifies a specific page on a website, i.e. mydomain.com/about. The page URI will by default be named after the page name. You can easily change the page URI if you want to differentiate the page URI and the page name. Change the URI by deleting existing information and typing in the new URI name. Be aware that the page URI can only contain lowercase letters from the English alphabet, numbers, underscores and dashes.
Updating your URI information
If you change the page name at any point, the Editor will automatically copy over that name as the URI. If you want to keep the URI the same as before the page name change, you'll have to manually re-enter the original URI after updating the page name.
Page title, keywords and description
Search engine optimization (SEO) is very important to keep in mind when adding new pages to your website to ensure that your website is optimized for search engines and thereby easier for visitors to find. Remember to fill in the SEO fields before completing your page setup.