- Notes Pages: Provides for entering paragraphs of plain text.
- Notes With Text Formatting Pages: Provides for graphical, WYSIWYG text formatting (bold, italic, underrline, strikethru, justification, hypertext links, lists, etc.). You see the text as the viewer will see it (e.g., bold, red) and you do not see any HTML.
One can also paste tables (e.g., calendars, spreadsheets) along with other input and then edit the contents of the table's cells directly, if needed.
- All Purpose: This page type is quite similiar to the Notes With Text Formatting page type described above, but can be updated with a broader range of browsers including Safari for the Mac and it has additional function. Updating does, however, require that you have a relatively new release of Java.
It has graphical, WYSIWYG text formatting (bold, italic, underline, strikethru, justification, hypertext links, lists, etc.). You can create tables and insert/delete rows and columns anywhere. You can add graphics/photos/images and even make them live links. When you type a complete web address (URL) or email address followed by a blank space, the page will automatically turn the address into a live link. It also has a basic spell check capability.
- Calendar Pages: Gives a compact listing of scheduled events under month headings. Input is automatically sorted into chronological order.
- Table/Schedule Pages: This page is designed for displaying a Weekly Schedule, however, it can also be used for small tables.
- FAQ Pages: The Frequently Asked Questions pages have a list of questions at the top of the page. When someone clicks on a question, one jumps to the full Question & Answer lower down on the page. Instead of questions, one can use the "question" section as an index. One clicks on a heading of interest and jumps to see the heading plus full text.
- Links Pages & Links Plus Pages: These page types are used to list web addresses for viewers. A name/description and web address are entered and the web address is converted into a "live" hypertext link to that web address. The Links Plus web pages have more structure than the Links pages and are often used for WebQuests.
- "About The ..." Page: This page, which has a different name in different web templates, provides a six section structure for describing the individual or organization that owns the web. Any un-needed section can be deleted.
- Confidential Pages: A viewer enters their private ID (supplied by you the web owner) and that allows the viewer to see info that's associated with that ID. (For example, teachers use this page type to privately give grades to students or progress reports to parents).
- Response Pages: Using the Update Response page, you can define a Response page that solicits input from your web site viewers. You can use this page type to create a test and the system can even correct certain question types. Responses can be emailed to you or printed out for handing in. Besides tests, one can use the Response page for surveys, order forms, etc. One can archive Response pages for later use or re-use.
- Slate Pages: A Slate page can be used by your web site viewers to enter and save drawn input as well as text input. Any device such as the mouse that can control the screen cursor can be used to draw on the Slate pages. Blank backgrounds are provided. You can also provide gif, png or jpg format worksheets for users to draw on (e.g., Maps, Puzzles).
- MyTeacherWeb Page: This page allows you to list all your teachers who are using TeacherWeb along with all the pages in their webs including the Last Updated date for each page.
- Lists Pages: These pages were especially designed for displaying Supply Lists (a three character column usually used for quantity and an item description column) and/or Wish Lists or Registry List (the same as a Supply List plus a column of check boxes).
- Photos/Docs Pages: Each web has a central facility for uploading your own files (graphics, photos, documents) that can be used by this page type or the Gallery page type. You can select up to 15 graphics/photos or documents to be listed on each page. When the viewer clicks on an item in the list they will see the graphic/photo or document (in some cases, the document will be downloaded to them).
- Gallery Pages: You can have up to 8 rows of two columns - one column containing text and one column containing a photo/graphic. For each row, you can select whether the graphic is on the right or left. The display will adjust the resulting table of text and graphics to what is best for the viewer's screen resolution and window size.
- HTMLPages and My Pages: You can upload your own web pages in either "as is" format (My Pages) or "integrated" format (HTMLPages) where the web page takes on the same look as the rest of your web and has the same background, divider lines and navigation bar as the other pages in the web.
- NewsFlash Page: This page works like the Notes page described above, but also allows one to create an email distribution list. When one clicks on the Send button, an email is sent to all in the distribution list pointing them to this page and it's "important" newsflash.