By clicking on the web files or www folders, you can update folder properties and access features such as uploading documents, adding links and file groups, and setting up advanced functions like A/B testing experiments.
While all the functions for the web files and www folder are the same, the www folder also includes adding a page, which can be done in the main folder (where the index.stml file exists) or any sub-folders for your website sections.
|Change folder details like name or title and perform advanced functions like deleting a folder.
|Drag and drop or browse files into your folder.
|Create a new folder in your website and add specific details like name and title.
|Add an HTML or code file type into a folder on your website.
|Add a Page
|Add a new page to the master www folder or any sub-folder.
|Add and rank a link and control properties such as opening in a new window.
|Add File Group
|Create a new file group within your website folder.
|Set up an A/B test for page content using a Google Optimize experiment ID.
|Schedule a start or end date for a specific file in your Workspace.
|Group and organize content items in categories.
|Assign files or folders to be reviewed and published.
|Push files or folders live on your website.
|Manage user access to files and folders with specific roles.
Manage the folder access permissions for users and groups.
|Enter the name of a member you want to add to your group.
|Assign a View, Stager, Editor, or Admin role to a new or existing member via the dropdown menus.
|Click the orange '+' button to add a new member to your group.
|Click the 'x' on the right side of the table to remove a member from your group.
|Once you have completed all the fields, click Submit to apply your changes.
A group or group member can be assigned one of four roles in Solodev CMS:
- View: Allows a member to see items and content.
- Stager: Enables a member to create or modify content but not publish.
- Editor: Gives a member the ability to view, create, edit, and publish.
- Admin: Provides complete editorial control and management of group members.