Changes to Pages Management in LiveWhale 1.4
July 30, 2010
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Editor’s Note: This article is currently being reviewed. Most likely, content on this page is outdated or scheduled for revision (due to significant changes in the software).
The Pages section of the LiveWhale control panel has been reworked for version 1.4 and now has four sections (i.e. submenus) listed below:
- “File Browser”
The default view is the page/directory browser that was there before, albeit with various improvements.
- “Your Pages”
This view is now based on navigation. Each group can have one or more navigation menus, which can be deployed by New Media on your web site with a navigation widget, in place of your current righthand nav. The nav screen is just a WYSIWYG tree builder, which lets you add your pages and external links.
- “Recently Edited”
This replaces “Your Pages,” and shows a list of pages you’ve been working on for quick access.
This is where you can manage your group’s navigations. In most cases, we expect a group will only have one nav. A navigation consists of a title and a top-level directory from which you can add pages to your nav.