Styla Pages

TLDR: Styla Pages are sets of modules embedded between header and footer on a single page of your website. Same as Magazines, they are managed by Styla CMS at

Use Cases and Features

Our content-rendering and CMS cover multiple use scenarios and setups and, quite honestly, we're probably not aware of all ways you could use them in. What is most important is that they are very flexible and enable for fast and lean creation of web-based content.

Please find some of most important aspects of Styla Pages below:

  • You can create a new page in a matter of minutes by dragging and dropping modules and then filling them with content  (text, images, videos, products, HTML code).
  • When you publish such a page, it will be visible almost instantly on the website you embed it on. Any changes you make to it in the future will be also be visible right away.
  • You can embed the same content on an unlimited number of pages and then manage it centrally in with You don't need your developers to update this content.
  • This way you can build a page for your new campaign, new product range or a single product or any other landing page or a page with an informative content.
  • All pages you create will share the same general look&feel but you can apply changes down the line in the Editor or even have style subsets for a module created, that you can use as presets for new content.
  • You can do this for multiple languages and locales: just create a page in English and copy it into other accounts and let it be translated and updated for a specific audience. Page content for multiple locales/accounts in one language can be updated with one mouse click. Instances of one page in different languages are linked with alternate link tags.
  • Different sources of product data can be configured for each of the languages/locales, so that people in a specific country get product prices in local currency and descriptions in local language.
  • Different privileges can be set for users to create, update and publish the content.
  • You can preview a page before publishing, on desktop and mobile views separately. You can set some modules to display on mobile or desktop devices only and set a different appearance and content for them.
  • Monitor traffic and conversion on your page with tracking scripts and specific events triggered in the embedded content.
  • You can use Pages to embed a set of content modules inside a more complex page template with content coming from several sources. But we have another product tailored specifically for this use case: Modular Content.
  • Last but not least, you can build and streamline updates for your home page with it.


Integration of Pages on your website consists of a maximum of four stepts listed in this table on the home page of this documentation:

  • creating a page with Styla snippet embedded,
  • creating a wildcard route for all Styla content on the page above,
  • providing a source of product data for Styla to integrate with,
  • rendering tags from Styla's SEO API server-side in your page template.

It can be reduced to installing and configuring a Styla plugin if your website uses one of the applications we have a plugin for.