Update Web Files
Under web files, you can update folders or access specific files to edit code using the code editor. This includes template files (.tpl), config files, SCSS, package.json, form assets, and other essential components for powering your website.
To edit a specific file, click on it to access the code editor.
|Push your code or content to live production.
|Create a draft version of your code or content.
|Set up a staged version of your code or content for review as part of your workflow.
|Add to Group
|Assign your file or asset to a specific file group.
|Review previous versions of your content or code and restore a saved version.
|Copy a file or asset for editing or additional use elsewhere in your website.
|Relocate a file or asset based on your taxonomy.
|Delete a file or asset permanently from your website.
Files also have the option to upload a file, create or manage tasks, expand your screen or collapse the right menu.
|Review where your file is being used.
|Overwrite the current file by uploading a new one.
|Collaborate with team members in your CMS deployment by adding or completing tasks.
|View your file in a full width screen by removing all actions and menus.
|Hide the right menu.
Quickly identify where your file is being used by clicking the includes icon at the top of the file. You can also go to the page your file is being included on, by clicking on the name of the file.
By clicking the folder icon in the upper right corner, you can overwrite your current file, by dragging and dropping them via your browser.
|Publish your file to your web files.
|Upload + Stage
|Send your file into a pre-staged status.
|Upload + Save
|Send your file and automatically save your code or content, but it will not publish it live.
Collaborate with team members by creating, assigning and viewing tasks, sending messages, and managing your task status and details.
Schedule your publish date and expire date.
|Set an optional scheduled date for automatically publishing your file. Expire date menu includes: never, 1 day, 10 days, 30 days, 90 days, or 1 year.