Structured pages are similar to Basic pages, but are designed for long content that needs to be split up into sections or steps. The majority of general content pages on a site will be either Basic page or Structured pages.

Step 1

In the administration menu, go to Content > Add content > Structured page.

menu selection for structured page

Step 2

The edit screen displays.

  1. Title - The page title.
  2. Introduction - Displays above the structured content paragraphs.

    Structured page fields 1 to 3

  3. View mode selector - Determines how the structured content fields will display.

    Tabs view
    Each paragraph is a separate tab. Recommend 2-4 tabs maximum.

    Tabs display in horizontal format

    Accordion view
    Each paragraph is a separate accordion toggle. All are collapsed by default, and only one is active at a time.

    Accordion display

    Step by step view
    Each paragraph becomes a step in a process and behaves like a separate page. Index of steps is listed at the top of the page, and previous/next buttons display at the bottom.

    Step by step display

    Table of contents view
    Each paragraph is displayed one below the other. A jump list to each paragraph displays at the top of the page.

    Table of contents

  1. Structured Content - Add a new paragraph for each section of content to be displayed using one of the view modes.

Add new paragrahp

Each structured content paragraph contains a Title and Body field.

Structured content paragraph

  1. Teaser image - Optional. Displays in card and teaser views. Advice on images.
  2. Hero image - Optional. Replaces the default page header with a hero banner header.

Teaser image and hero image uploaded

  1. Aside - Optional. Used for content that is tangentially related to the main page content, such reminders or contact details.


The Aside field displays.

aside rich-text paragraph

  1. Related content - Optional. Allows other pages on the site to be referenced in a short list. The relationship is manually created, not inferred from any data such as tags.

click add new paragraph

The Related Content fields display.

Title - Optional. Heading to label the related pages. e.g. "Associated research", or "See also"

Related content - Reference to other pages on the site. Type the first few letters of a page title to look-up the desired page. Multiple related pages can be added.

related content

  1. Tags - Click the dropdown arrow to select a tag from the list of vocabularies and their terms to categorise the content.


  1. Menu Settings  - Tick provide a menu link to display the menu settings options. Adding a page to the menu ensures it will appear in the site map.

Tick provide a menu link

Enter the menu settings fields.

Menu Link Title - The menu link title is automatically populated from the page title. The menu link title can be edited.

Description - Content entered in the description field will be displayed when hovering the cursor over the menu link.

Parent Item - Selection of a parent item ensures improved website navigation by displaying a breadcrumb trail at the top of the page.

Weight - Select a weight to determine the order of the menu link in the Parent Item. Menu links with smaller weights are displayed before links with larger weights.  Tip: easier to drag the links into position to change the order. Review
re-order menu links.

Basic page menu

  1. URL path settings - a friendly URL is generated automatically if the tick box remains ticked.

URL path settings

  1. Revision Information - if create new revision remains ticked, a new version of the structured page is saved each time. The versions are accessible from the revisions tab.

revision information

  1. Authoring Information - The information of the author is recorded. After the structured page is saved, the "authored on field" is updated.

authoring information

  1. Publishing Options - Click the tab Publishing options to finalise the publishing settings.
    To publish - The published field is automatically ticked. Keep it tick to publish
     To create a draft - untick published to save as a draft.

publishing options

  1. Save - Click Save to update the structured page. 
  • Header - Optional hero image.
  • Introduction
  • Structured content paragraphs - Displayed as either; tabs, accordion, step-by-step or table of contents.
  • Aside - Optional.
  • Side menu
  • Related content - Optional.

Structured page layout