Everything you learn in this chapter has to do with stuff that's generally described as page properties, settings that affect the overall look and function of your page.
Unlike with all other parts of your page, such as the page's text and pictures, you do not create the page properties within the work area in Composer. Instead, you use two special dialog boxes: Page Properties and Page Colors and Background.
You use these dialog boxes to change your page's title, choose a scheme of complementary text and background colors, and embed special identification information that does not actually appear on the page but rather helps search tools (such as Yahoo! or Google) properly catalog your pages.