By default all sites come a categories page that can be accessed using the " yoursite.com/categories " URL and through the Footer Menu link on the Homepage:




This will allow the website visitors and members to browse through all of the categories available on the site:




For sites with a lot of categories, the search bar makes it easy for the website users to quickly find what they are looking for:



This search bar will search for any matching keywords:




The order in which the categories are displayed on this page can be changed in the General Settings section under the Search Settings tab  of the admin dashboard as seen below:




Back-End Information:


This page can be found inside Content » Edit Web Pages





The first three items on this image can be edited to fit the website:


1. URL  (best to leave as is)

2. Page Title (H1)

3. Sub Title (H2)


The following is a widget:


4. This widget is the one that displays the categories inside Categories page on the site. 


>> [widget=Bootstrap Theme - Category Groups - Member Categories]


5. This is the standard sidebar that will appear on all Web Pages. 


Additional Information:

» To read more about the Web Pages, follow this link: Web Pages Folder

» For more about the Widgets, follow this link: Toolbox » Widget Manager




Editing the Categories:


» Members » Member Categories

» How To Import A Top-Level & Sub-Level Category Structure Via CSV File

» How To Add Categories Manually From The Admin

» How To Select Categories as a Member




Designing the Categories Page:


1) Text and Images can be added inside the WYSIWYG editor and they will appear on the Categories Page:


Additional Information:

» Everything About WYSIWYG Editors

» How to Post Images On WYSIWYG Editors



2) Use the Hero Section: 

» How to add a Hero Section to your Static pages




TIP - Advanced Setting:


If the site has a lot of categories but you'd like to only display the categories that have been selected by at least one member, use this Advanced Setting:


System Variable: fast_search




Compared to the image above, the categories page list is a lot shorter when the setting is enabled. Only 4 Top Level Categories are being displayed out of the 18 that are available to members: