Publishing and managing pages

Content overview

Navigate to Manage Content to view a list of all pages within the CMS. Content can be filtered by Title, Content type, Published date, and Language.

From this view you can also add new content, edit existing content and perform buik operations.

Content types

Navigate to Manage Content Add content to create new content. From here you will need to choose a content type for your page.

The main content types in use are Article (for time sensitive pages - i.e Blog posts, News and Press releases), Basic page (for general content), Lander (for section and sub-section landing pages) and Product (for all products incl. Electricity contracts, services and solutions).


When creating pages in the CMS, you will need to tag that content with Taxonomy categories. You can select one or more terms from each Vocabulary.

To access the taxonomy, find the collapsible field Taxonomy and click to expand.

Adding taxonomy

To add taxonomy tags in the CMS

Chosen taxonomy tags are specific to a page. Each created page has a taxonomy module in the CMS where representing tags can be chosen.

  1. Taxonomy tags can be chosen from the dropdown module on the bottom of the page in CMS.

  2. Choose a term (tag) under different vocabularies that represent the content of the page


To unselect previously selected terms in the list, use: Ctrl+Left mouse click on Windows
Cmd+Left mouse click on Mac

Rich text editor

When editing a page, fields such as Body have Rich Text Editor functionality that allows for basic formatting such as inserting images, formatting font styles and adding links.

Search options

All pages in the CMS have the option to control whether or not the page should be shown in search results - both the on-site search, and external sites such as Google and Bing.

To edit the default search settings find the collapsible field Search options and click to expand.

Legacy URL

When migrating content from the current Fortum website, to the new CMS, it is very important that a record of the current URL is made. If the page you are creating has an existing page on the current website, please enter the URL in this field.

This is so that we can create redirects from the old page to the new page when the website goes live. This is important for a number of reasons, but primarily so that:

- Any users who have bookmarked the old page, will be passed through to the new page.
- SEO rankings are not adversly a
ffected when the new website is launched.

For all content types other than Article, menu links can be managed from the Add content, or Edit content form.

To add your page to a menu, open the Menu settings tab and select Provide a menu link. By default, the menu link title will be taken from the page title, however this can be overriden if needed.

Parent item selects the links parent, in other words which menu link this page sits under in the menu tree.

Weight can be used to alter a menu link position - the lower the weight, the higher up the menu level the link will ‘float’.

URL paths will be created automatically based on where the page sits in the menu tree.

All changes to content in the CMS are tracked using Revisions. This allows content teams to make changes and save without publishing, and then to continue working on the page at a later date.

Dependant on your access rights, you can save the content in various states. For example, if you are a content producer and you need a Content reviewer to review your changes - you can select Save and Mark for review. This will send a notification via email to Content reviewers with a link to the page, with any comments you have entered in the Revision log message.

** ToDo - add more info on workflow states **