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Oracle® Application Express End User's Guide
Release 4.1

Part Number E26811-01
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Managing Websheet Pages

You can add pages to a Websheet manually, or copy existing pages.

Topics:

Tip:

You can also add a new page by clicking New Page and New Page as a Copy on the Control Panel.

Adding a New Page

To add a new Websheet page:

  1. Run the Websheet application. See "Running a Websheet".

  2. From the Create menu, select New Page.

  3. On Create Page:

    1. Name - Enter a page name. The page name displays as the window title as well as in the breadcrumb.

    2. Page Alias - Identify the page alias. This alias enables you to link to this page. See "Linking to a Page".

    3. Parent Page - If this page is part of a page hierarchy, select the parent page.

    4. Click Create Page.

Copying an Existing Page

To copy an existing page:

  1. Run the Websheet application. See "Running a Websheet".

  2. From the Create menu, select New Page as a Copy.

  3. In New Page Name, enter the name of the new page.

  4. Click Copy Page.

    A success message appears.

  5. Select one of the following:

    • View Current Page

    • View New Page

Tip:

If a newly copied page needs to have a different parent page, you can change the parent page by editing the Page Details. See "Editing Page Details".

Editing Page Details

On Page Details, you can change the page name, alias, parent page, or page description.

To edit page details:

  1. Run the Websheet application. See "Running a Websheet".

  2. From the Edit menu, select Edit Page.

  3. On the Details Page.

    • Name - Identifies the name of the page. The page name displays in the window title as well as in the breadcrumb.

    • Alias - A page alias enables you to create links in page sections to other pages. A page alias must be unique within an application. See "Linking to a Page".

    • Owner - Identifies the owner of the page.

    • Parent Page - Identifies the parent page. The defined parent page is used to construct breadcrumbs and navigation between pages.

    • Page Description - Descriptive text that describes the page.

  4. Click Apply Changes.

    A success message appears.

Tip:

You can also edit page details by clicking Edit Page on the Control Panel.