Section Page Structure
Section pages are edited by placing content items in different areas on the page. A section page is a hierarchical structure of groups and areas. At the top level a page has a root group, which usually contains a number of areas. Each area can contain either content items or subgroups or a mixture of both. Subgroups can contain more areas and so on, allowing quite complicated structures to be built up.
Both groups and areas may have options. Options are parameters you can set that may affect the appearance and/or behavior of the group/area and/or its contents.
This chapter contains descriptions of the standard section page groups and areas supplied with the Widget Framework. The root group of a newly-created section page is:
All the section page groups supplied with the Widget Framework are described in the following sections. Each group description also contains descriptions of the areas the group may contain.