This field appears on the final park page in the overview area. This should be 1-2 sentences in length.
This field appears in the park listing. This should be about a sentence in length.
We use this field to determine which users can edit this park. This field isn't output on the website.
This field is output in the overview area on the final park page. We recommend to keep this field short, and include more complex details in the park information area if required.
This is the main content on the final park page. If you have a lot of information, you may wish to split this up using the 'Read More' field below.
This information is output under the 'Park Information' on the final park page. It is initally hidden, and users can choose to view the information by clicking the 'read more' link.
This selection will determine the main icon used on the listing and final park pages.
These facilities are shown with a small icon on the right hand side of the final park page. You can choose as many as appropriate.
This selection determines whether the record is shown when a user filters the park listing. You can choose as many as appropriate. The selection isn't shown on the final park pages.
Search Engine Optimisation, SEO, is used to help your web pages get listed appropriately within search engines such as Google.
The fields below aren’t visible to the user, but will be accessed by search robots to index your pages. When filling in these fields, it is best to think about what keywords a user may be searching for when you want your page to show up, such as location, family friendly, trails etc.
Google recommends page titles should be unique and descriptive per page, and be less than 70 characters to display optimally on search results
Meta descriptions are used by search engines to display in their results listings. They should be unique and descriptive per page and be less than 155 characters to display optimally
These fields are used on the bottom of the final park page and can include as much information as necessary.
Set the central location point of a park by using the marker on the map (Drag and Drop). You can use the provided search field to get closer to the point you need, but for better accuracy, please make sure you drag/drop the marker to your desired location.
Enter the destination URL
Or link to existing content