Customizing the Site Configuration of a Portal Experience
In this topic you will learn how to customize the site configuration of a portal experience.
To configure the Site Configuration settings for a portal experience, edit the experience and click SITE CONFIGURATION in the left navigation. The following settings are available:
Using a custom domain
Using a custom domain allows you to host a portal experience on your own URL. For information on using a custom domain, see Assigning a Custom Domain to a Portal Experience.
Configuring SEO settings
The Search Engine Optimization settings are used to configure the site image, keywords and meta tags and to access the site map and search feed URLs. For information on configuring the Search Engine Optimization settings, see Configuring Search Engine Optimization Settings for a Portal Experience.
Configuring access control settings
The Access Control settings are used to control who can access a portal experience. Gallery can restrict access using a simple access code, integrate with single sign-on solutions and can restrict access to sites based upon the viewer's IP address. For information on controlling access to Gallery sites, see Controlling Access to a Portal Experience.
Configuring tracking settings
Portal experiences can be integrated with, or use services provided by, other third-party sites such as:
- Google Analytics
- Google Tag Manager
For information on integrating with third-party sites, see Configuring Third-Party Tracking for a Portal Experience.