Quix Page Settings are basic but important settings that you need to configure after creating a new page. You will find the Page Settings by clicking on the Settings button on the toolbar. A pop-up will open and you will see four different tabs on it, General, Styles, Image Optimization and Advanced.
- Status - There are four options, Published, Unpublished, Archived and Trashed. By default all pages are set to Published, which allows the content to be viewed on the FrontEnd, if you don't want the content or page to be accesible you can Unplublish it, if you are not going to use the page, you can Archive it or send it to the Trash.
- Access - You will find all the User Groups you have configured on Joomla here. This option will allow you to configure who has access and with what permissions to the page.
- Language - You will be able to find the different languages installed on your site and set the language of the page here. This setting is really important on multilanguage sites.
- Enabled AMP - You will be able to enable or disable the Accelerated Mobile Page feature for the page.
On the style tabs you can easily configure style rules for different HTML tags on your page, like H1, H2, H3, P, IMG. This is useful to avoid having to set the same configurations on different elements through your page, saving time while creating your content. You can add as may rules as you need, just click on the plus icon and configure the new rule.
- Title - Set a unique title for your rule so you can easily identify it in case you need to make any changes,
- Selector - Select the HTML tag you would like to style, you can select one or as many as you need from the available options.
- Rule Type - Here you can select between 3 different options, Typography, Link and Custom CSS and will affect the options available on the CSS Rule field:
- Typography - You will be able to configure typography settings like Font, Weight and Size.
- Link - You will get two tabs, Normal and Hover so that you can easily configure the Typography settings for both states.
- CSS Rule - You will get a text area where you can write your custom CSS.
Here you can enable/disable the Image Optimization feature and WebP support. They need to be enabled in order to be able to use QuixOptimize; WebP support requires GDLibrary enabled on the server.
The Advanced tab will help you add extra CSS and JS code to the page, particularly useful for coders who need a little extra on their pages.