The following pages explain how to manage website content using the PAGES module.
BookingLive is arranged in five sections
Location: upper bar
The Navigation Tabs allow you to navigate to the main groups in BookingLive CMS. Here, you can choose to manage pages, your stock of files and images, or your website’s comments. You can also get help.
Specific tabs may change depending on what modules are installed. However, the following tabs are part of a typical BookingLive installation:
This section enables you to access and edit the content of the pages on your website. On this tab, two extra “sub-tabs” are displayed in the left pane that enable you to display a History of editing events and a list of Reports incorporated within the system.
Files & Images
By clicking on “Files & Images” icon, the screen will display a list of all folders containing uploaded files and images. This hierarchical view enables you to locate and select the file you wish to edit, delete or move.
The Security section enables you to set up and administrate users and user groups. The various security groups are displayed in the left pane and the details of the selected group are displayed in the right pane. Amongst other things, this enables you to add and remove members from selected groups and control the access these users have to pages.
Location: left side
The Contents Pane displays the contents of the currently selected navigation tab in a hierarchical format. For example, when looking at the “Pages” navigation tab, the Contents pane will show you a sitemap, listing all of the pages on the site. Pages can be nested, so to expand the view to include subpages, click on the “+” icon. If you wish to collapse the views, you can click on the “-” icon.
Location: largest section, on the right side.
Once you have selected an item in the contents pane, the contents and properties of that item will be displayed in the right pane on a number of tabbed pages. (These tabbed pages may also contain a subset of tabbed pages). This pane enables you to edit the content and properties of selected items. For example, if you were to click on a webpage in the Contents pane, the Editing Pane would show you the content on that page, and let you edit it. When editing content, the Editing Pane is “WYSIWYG” – or “What You See Is What You Get.” You can use the toolbar in the editing pane to edit the webpage’s content, much like you would in a word processor.
Location: On the bottom of the contents pane
These normally hidden, but expandable subtabs are typically only available in Pages view. They provide quick information about page version history, so you can easily roll back to an earlier version of a page, if need be, and site reports which detail pages that need urgent work or have not changed in a while.
Location: on the very bottom of the screen
The View Bar allows you to switch between the three views available within BookingLive CMS: the editing view of the CMS, how your proposed website will look when and if it is published, and what the current, live, published page looks like. Additionally, you can find on the right side of the View Bar a place to logout or alter your user profile.