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Assign a category page and a catalog item page to a term in SharePoint Server 2013

SharePoint 2013
 

Applies to: SharePoint Server 2013

Topic Last Modified: 2013-12-18

Summary: Learn how to assign a category page and a catalog item page to a term in term store management.

Category pages and catalog item pages are page layouts that you can use to show structured content consistently across a site. They are often used when displaying catalog content on a site that uses managed navigation. This saves you from having to create many individual pages for content that you want to show in the same manner across your site. You can assign a category page or a catalog item page to all terms in a term set, or to specific terms in a term set. For more information, see "Catalog pages and catalog item pages" in Overview of cross-site publishing in SharePoint Server 2013.

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Before you assign a category page and a catalog item page in term store management, verify the following:

  • The publishing site is using managed navigation. By default, site collections that are created by using the Publishing Portal Site Collection template use managed navigation.

  • You have created a navigation term set in term store management as described in Create and manage terms in a term set.

  • You have created a category page and a catalog item page.

ImportantImportant:
If you have connected a publishing site to a catalog and selected to integrate the catalog into the publishing site as described in Connect a publishing site to a catalog in SharePoint Server 2013, the category page and catalog item page configurations that you specified are displayed in term store management.

By default, when you assign a category page to a term, the page that you specify will also be assigned to the children of the term unless you specify a different page to be used on all the children of a term.

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You should only assign catalog item pages to a term if the term set is used as a tagging term set for catalog content.
To assign a category page and a catalog item page to a term
  1. Verify that the user account that performs this procedure is a member of the Owners SharePoint group on the site.

  2. On the site, on the Settings menu, click Site Settings.

  3. On the Site Settings page, in the Site Administration section, click Term store management.

  4. On the Term Store Management Tool page, in the TAXONOMY TERM STORE section, click the term to which you want to assign a category page and a catalog item page.

  5. Click the tab TERM-DRIVEN PAGES.

  6. To assign a category page to a term, in the Target Page Settings section, select the check box Change target page for this term, and then type the URL of the category page that you want to assign to the term. Or you can click the Browse button, and then go to the category page that you want to assign to the term.

  7. To assign a category page to the children of a term, select the check box Change target page for the children of this term, and then type the URL of the category page that you want to assign to the children of the term. Or, you can click the Browse button, and then go to the category page that you want to assign to the children of the term.

  8. To assign a catalog item page for catalog items that are tagged with the current term, select Change Catalog Item Page for this category, and then type the URL of the catalog item page that you want to assign to catalog items that are tagged with the term. Or you can click the Browse button, and then go to the catalog item page that you want to assign to catalog items that are tagged with the term.

  9. To assign a catalog item page for catalog items that are tagged with a child of the current term, select Change Catalog Item Page, and then type the URL of the catalog item page that you want to assign to catalog items that are tagged with children of the term. Or you can click the Browse button, and then go to the catalog item page that you want to assign to catalog items tagged with children of the term.

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