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Different Page Types

Learn about different page types in STUDIO

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Written by Kelvin H.
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In STUDIO, you can enhance your projects by adding various page types. Each page type serves a specific purpose and can be customized to fit your needs.

This article will help you understand the different page types available and how to add them to your projects. To learn about adding, duplicating, or deleting pages, visit this article instead.

Page Types


A standard static page that can be later changed to other types such as "Password Page," "Home," or "404 Page.”


The main page of your website, displayed when visitors enter your site's root URL (e.g., You can set a page as the Home page by changing its type to "Home" or by leaving the path blank.

Dynamic Page

A page designed to display content from the CMS dashboard. When adding a Dynamic Page, select "Dynamic Page" as the type and specify the model to reference.


Search Page

A page for displaying search results of CMS items based on user queries.

For more information, refer to the following article.

404 Page

A page displayed when a visitor attempts to access a non-existent URL. You can also set it up by changing the path to "404".


Password Page

A page for entering a password to access a protected site. You can design this page to match your site's style.

For more information, refer to the following article.


A popup window that appears over a regular page, useful for creating hamburger menus or subscription forms.

You can customize its size, layout, and animation.

For more information, refer to the following article.


Dynamic Modal

A pop-up window that can display different CMS data while maintaining the same modal design. . When clicking on a CMS item, instead of going to a new page, dynamic modals let you present information within a pop-up window on the same page.

For more information, refer to the following article.



Set up 301 redirects to automatically direct site visitors to new URLs when you change the URL of published pages or the site structure.


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