Settings for the entire page are accessed by clicking the  next to the elements tab, located in the left side bar.

Here is what you can do with each of the page settings:

Page Background:

Select a color or upload an image for the background of the entire page. You can adjust the opacity and the gradient of the background.

SEO & Social Sharing Settings:

These settings control how your page appears in search results and when links to your page are shared on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
This section allows you to add:

  1. Title – a page name that appears at the top of a browser’s window
  2. Description – a short summary of your content that appears under your page’s URL in search results
  3. Social image – an image that is displayed when you share links to your page

To add unique settings based on social media platform
You can add separate titles, descriptions and social images to different platforms by “unlocking” your settings to open additional options.

  • Click social settings toggle and save and publish your page.
  • Add your default Facebook/Linkedin or Twitter social sharing information.
  • Click done button.

To prevent your unfinished page from appearing in search results

  • Select “Disable search engines from indexing this page?”
  • Click done button.

Advanced Settings

  1. Type – select the Facebook graph type you’d like to use
  2. Site name – enter your site’s name


The favicon is the small image seen next to the URL of your page title in the web browser address bar. Click the pencil and upload image.

Custom Code:

Insert tracking scripts, UTMs or other code. Select page header, body or footer and text entry cursor will flash on the landing page.

Display Settings:

Restrict access to your page to specific visitors, such as your Ontraport membership site’s subscribers. When you restrict access, you can select a URL to redirect unauthorized visitors to if they attempt to visit your page. 

From the “Display this page to whom?” dropdown, you can set your pages to show for:

  1. Everyone
  2. Anonymous visitors only
  3. Identified visitors only
  4. Some identified visitors
  5. All logged in members
  6. Some logged in members

If you choose to restrict access to your page to “Only some identified visitors” or “Some logged in members,” you can add conditions to control who can visit your page.

Ontraport form settings:

Choose to show a pop-up form on the page based on scroll percentage, time spent on page, and exit intent. Toggle “on” to expose the settings. Note you’ll need to use an Ontraport Form, rather than a form you create within Ontraport Pages, to accomplish this.