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Core contents

core contents
Fig.1

Creating the various core contents works basically the same way as it does with any other content. You have to go to the ‘content registry’ palette and open the core section and in the core section the appropriate locale. If you click on the ‘new’ button next to a subfolder in that locale, a popup will be displayed, which contains some already familiar choices as well as some new (Fig.1).

  • Number 1 'Content group' (Fig.1, 1) is described in the section ‘Content groups’ and number 3 'Folder' (Fig.1, 3) is described in the section: ‘The content registry’ of this manual.
  • The filter content (Fig.1, 2) is used to link filters to the sitemap. More on the topic of filters can be found at ‘Content filters
  • The URL content (Fig.1, 4) and the file content (Fig.1, 5) are build to fit special use cases such as linking directly to an external URL / to a file resource.

 

The filter content

The filter content is a special type of content, as its sole purpose is to link a content filter to the sitemap, yet it features all the basic editor components.

core content tab
Fig.2

As you can see in Fig.2, the sections 1 (Fig2, 1) and 3 (Fig.2, 3) hold the same basic elements as described in the chapter ‘Basic editor components’. The only difference is the section 2 (Fig.2, 2). Here in the main content section you can assign a filter to this content, remove it or edit it directly.
More on the topic of editing filters can be found at ‘Content filters

Linking a filter-content to the sitemap:

Linking a filter-content to the sitemap is done the same way as any other content. See chapter ‘Linking content to a sitemap node’ for detailed instructions.

The file- and URL-contents

File contents are used to display a downloadable file only while the URL contents, as the name suggests, are used for the display of an URL.

Linking a file- or URL-content to the sitemap:

Linking a file- or URL-content to the sitemap is done the same way as any other content. See chapter ‘Linking content to a sitemap node’ for detailed instructions.