Let's talk about the differences between public and non-public pages. 🙈
As an applicant, student, or alumnus, some pages can be accessed without signing in, while other pages do require authentication. To simplify, the former are basically public pages, while the latter are non-public pages, and their availability is contingent on the protection of sensitive information and on the very purpose of the page.
By default, to submit a form or an event registration it's not necessary to log in – but on the flip side, it's necessary to log in in order to submit an application (unless the candidate is authenticated via the application). These default settings can't be changed.
Aside from that, there's the Portal area, which is FULL FABRIC'S own website builder (portal pages are commonly known as the Student Hub). You may create pages to welcome viewers, answer FAQs, introduce the aims, ethos and values of your school, market programmes by highlighting key aspects (for instance, employment rate, core courses, electives, etc.), and open up applications for upcoming intakes, among many other things. No coding skills are required. 👩🏻💻
When creating a new page, you can easily configure whether it should be public (that is, open to all viewers, including unregistered) or private (only visible to a specific audience).
You may read more about creating and managing Portal pages here.
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PUBLISHED: January 7, 2019
LAST UPDATED: October 14, 2020 at 3:09 p.m.