Landing page sub pages

The following tags can be applied to any sub page of a landing page. 

They can also be used to alter the appearance of include content. 

Change the order of sub content on landing pages

Add order_[order number] to a sub page to change the order it will appear on it's corresponding landing page (i.e. a sub page with order_1 will appear ahead of sub page with order_2 on the landing page).

Hide the sub page on it's parent landing page

If you want to stop a sub page from appearing on it's corresponding landing page you can add the tag hide_on_parent.

With this tag the sub page will no longer appear on the landing page but it will still be listed in the page's sub navigation. However, the anchor will now link directly to the page rather than to any sub section of the landing page. 

Hide the sub page's headline on it's corresponding landing page

If you want to remove the sub page's headline from the block as it appears on it's corresponding landing page you can add the tag no_header.

Changing the colour combination of the landing page sub section
Add an introductory button to your landing page

You can add a button to the introductory section of your landing page which links to the corresponding sub section by adding the tag intro_button.

If the sub page also has the ‘hide on parent’ tag then the button will link directly to the page rather than a landing page sub section.

If the add_main_buttons tag is present on the landing page then this will override the intro_button tag meaning it has no effect.

Divide the layout of an action sub section to be text left and form right

If your landing page sub section is an action page you can add the tag divide_page to changes the layout so that the text sits to the left and the action form sits to the right.

This presupposes that there is some introductory text on the sub page other wise the layout will not change. 

Divide the layout of an action sub section to be text right and form left

If your landing page sub section is an action page you can add the tag divide_page to changes the layout so that the text sits to the left and the action form sits to the right.

If you add the tag align_right the layout is reversed so that text sits to the right and the action form sits to the left.

This presupposes that there is some introductory text on the sub page other wise the layout will not change. 

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