What are community pages?
Community pages work to dynamically display content that has been tagged to a specific tag. Every type of content on your platform, such as jobs, events, people, and blogs can be tagged to a Community page. The purpose of a Community page is to store related information about a particular career interest, identity, or another shared topic, allowing users to view a full range of resources, people, and events connected to a topic in the same place. In storing related content in an engaging and meaningful way for front end platform visitors, students and the larger campus community are able to make more purposeful and informed career or academic decisions.
To learn more about Career Community pages for example, check out this article.
What are content category pages?
Content category pages are another great way to organize information about jobs, employers, events, resources, blogs, or people. They differ from Community tags/pages, as content category tags and their automatically generated pages can organize only a single type of content. For example, some types of event categories added may include 'career fairs', 'virtual events', etc. Therefore, a resource would not be tagged with an event content category tag, as only an event would make sense to tag to this. Content category pages automatically pull in and display the information that is tagged to that one specific content category.
To learn more about content category pages, check out this article.
For both content category and community pages, users you have the ability to add static text and set banner images, to provide introduction and context to your Community or Content Category Page.
What are custom pages?
Custom pages differ from community and content category pages since they are static in nature, meaning they resemble standard website pages, and do not have additional functions or features embedded within them. These pages should be used rarely. Custom pages do not store wide arrangements of resources, as the community and category pages do.
To learn more about custom pages, check out this article.