1. Pagemanager

1. Managing the Pagemanager
    1.1 Add a section
    1.2 Add a page
    1.3 Add a module to a page
    1.4 Edit a page
    1.5 Using the category option
 

Here you can manage your sections and the pages of your website. You can also add a module to a page.
When you click on the 'Page manager' icon, the following screen is shown :

  1. Shows the sections of the public area
  2. Same for the Protected area
  3. This is the name of your website defined in configuration
  4. These are the sections of your website. The number behind the section name is the sort order
    The highlighted home icon indicates that this is the start section of your website, with the trash icon you can delete the section and with the document icon you can edit the section
Remark:
The Public and Protected area have the same screen layout.

Important.
In the Pagemanager a section is created with the name 'Invisible section'. Don't delete this section. These pages are used by the WebDesignEditor (see Template Configuration).

1.1 Add a section

Click on 'New section' and the following screen is shown :

  1. Here you give the new section a name
  2. The order the section is shown in the menu on your website, use eg. 10, 20 , 30 as sorting numbers.
  3. You can make sections (temporarely) invisible on your website. This can be easy if you work at a section or if you use a section now and then on your website (for example a winter section or a summer section)
Remark:
Add and edit a section have same screen layout.

1.2 Add a page

When you click on the name of a section, it will open and the pages of that section will be shown.

Click on 'new page' and the following screen is shown :

  1. The title of your page. This page title is the name shown in the page menu on your website
  2. The order the section is shown in the menu on your website, use eg. 10, 20 , 30 as sorting numbers.
  3. When you have many pages in a section, you can group them by using the same category name
  4. Here you can add a module to a page (see chapter Add a module below) or when you leave it blank, a text page will be created
  5. You can make pages (temporarely) invisible on your website. This can be easy if you work at a page or if you use a page now and then on your website (for example a spring page or a autumn page)
  6. You can make a page hidden on the website. It is then not possible to see the page with a URL you know.
  7. When you click on this button, an overview of the available modules appears (see chapter Add a module to a page how this works)

1.3 Add a module to a page

When you click on the 'Browse' button [6] the following screen appears. It's gives a list of available modules.

To see the options of a module just click on the module name on the right side. Several modules have multiple options to show their content. Below you see an example of the news module.

Below a list of modules which have multiple options:

1.4 Edit a page

When you click on the name of a page with this module icon the following screen appears:

  1. You can choose the section where the page is placed. You can change this section by clicking on the 'section arrow'. All the sections of the website appear in the drop down list.
  2. Here you can change the name of the page.
  3. Here you can change the sort order of the page.
  4. Here you can change or fill in a category name.
  5. Here you can choose a module option.
  6. Here you can make a page invisible in the menu of your site, you can still access the page via the direct link index.php?page=xx?section=yy.
  7. Here you can make a page hidden on the website. It is then not possible to see the page with a URL you know.
When you click on the name of a page with this icon the following screen appears:

Here you can change the text of the page. For more information see the Fckeditor chapter.

1.5 Using the category option


When you fill in the category field when adding/changing pages you can create an extra level in your site menu and categorize pages within a section. This has to be supported by the template, as an example you can see the category template delivered with the cms.
In the example below you see two categories "Albums" and "info". When clicked on a category the pages belonging to that category are shown: