Page editor

Before accessing the page editor you need to navigate to launch space first. Then, as an admin, you can easily edit pages in the page editor by clicking the pencil button in the bottom right corner of your window:

When entering the editor mode you will see some toolbars appear:

  • Top menu
  • Editor menu
  • Page

All the changes that you are making will instantly become visible on the page itself. Once you click  Save & Publish, your changes will go live and if you click on Save, it'll be saved as a draft. The screen above gives you an idea of how it looks when you’re in the editor mode

Top menu

From left to right:

  • Undo: Erases the last change made to the page.
  • Redo: Reverses the undo or advances the buffer to a more recent state.
  • Close: Leave the editor mode without saving your changes.
  • Save: Save the page as a draft.
  • Save & Publish: Save and publish the changes made so they will go live.

Editor menu

From top to bottom:

  • Page Editor: Gives you the page tree and the possibility to perform actions like:
    • Add new pages,
    • Rearrange and edit pages,
    • Set permissions,
    • Duplicate...
  • Component Editor: This allows you to customize every type of component that you can add to pages.

Adding and editing pages

Once you're in the Pages section, you'll see all the sections you have, and when you click on the add button, you'll see the following. Here you can choose to start with a "blank page", "assets page", and "brand templates". From the other section, you can also choose "folder". 

When in the page editor and hovering on the pages, you'll see three dots and then, click the '…' button at the end of the page name to open a page menu. From here, you can either go to the "page settings" or "delete" the page. 

Managing pages

Components are placed on pages, and pages live in spaces. You can add components to a page in the page editor and use the component editor to style the components so they match your brand. Easily adjust fonts, colors, spacings, etc. for each component to match your brand. These settings apply to every instance of a component used in the same space, in order to keep everything consistent.

Also, you can configure the entry points (category groups) of the assets pages you want by following the steps below:

  • Go to the assets page that you'd like to configure
  • Go to the Editor mode from the pencil on the bottom left
  • Click on the settings on the top left

Then, the following "configure assets page" will open where you need to enter the ID of the entry point (category groups) you'd like to show. So, you need to make sure that you set your categories in a structured way so you can configure which parent/child categories to show in an entry point. 

Page settings

We have 3 different areas of settings for a page that appears when you hover on the page name. Then, you need to click on '...' to see the page settings.

  • General
  • Access
  • Visibility


  • Page type info: The info panel explains what type of page you are adjusting the settings of.
  • Title: The title how will appear everywhere in the Kadanza interface.
  • Navigation name: The name of the page that will appear in the navigation.


  • Access rights info: The info panel explains the behavior of access rights.
  • Access rights configuration: This lets you specify who is allowed to access this page.
    • Use user groups from a parent: This setting lets you inherit the access rights from its parent.
    • Select specific user groups: Select the user groups that you want to grant access to the specific page. You can use "X" to deselect a user group.


  • Enable page: Admins can enable and disable pages. Disabled pages and content are not visible in the page tree and cannot be accessed by users, even when they are using a bookmarked link.
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