Content is divided into three groups: Categories, Multimedia Content, and Documents. Categories are similar to the regular folders on your PC as they are used to organize the content of websites. Multimedia content is a single element such as Paragraph Text, an Image, Poll, or File. Documents include general documents such as Articles, Discussions, Products, etc.
Content or Multimedia Content is the actual content of the website. Webgarden also accommodates other types of content such as Paragraph Text, Titles, Images, Formatted Text, Polls, Forms, Log In Panels, Eshop Carts, Eshop Discounts, Eshop News, the Latest Updates, Files, Flash, Videos, YouTube Videos, Google Videos, Google Maps, RSS Reader and RSS Channel, Calendars, Newsletter Sign In, Text and Plot Statistics, Share Buttons, Full Text Searches, Google Searches, etc.
Content can be layered or composed into complex structures. Some content, such as Paragraph Text or Blank Lists, is automatically divided into 4 columns; however, other content, like Images, has only 1 column. You can change the number of columns by editing the item, this way images can be distributed over the entire width and paragraph text can be single column width. The number of columns can be changed, and you can drag-and-drop items to change their position.
Each Section can contain Categories and Subcategories. It is important to know that categories can exist even if they are not visible on the website; for example, if they are hidden (access rights).
Webgarden offers various methods of document formatting. The first option is Sorting. Sorting can be done alphabetically, by date, or from newest to oldest and vice versa. The second option is Pagination. This affects the number of documents visible on one page. You can choose one of the pagination values or turn the pagination off. The third option is Column Layout. Here you can determine whether or not the documents should be divided into columns and specify the number of columns. The last option is Content Display which includes options such as Not Displayed, List, Tiles, Mouse Over, Rows on Mouse Over, and Tab Options. The option Not Displayed makes documents invisible, but they can easily be made visible again. The List option shows only the names of documents. Tiles shows the names and content previews as well. Mouse Over shows document names and content previews when under the cursor. Rows on Mouse Over is similar to the previous, but the names are not aligned in columns. It is a good idea to combine Content Display with Column Layout. Although the changes are shown immediately in administration, you have to Save the changes to make them visible on the Website.
Content is arranged from left to right and from top to bottom. Sometimes it may be necessary to disrupt this theme to create a column binding. Webgarden enables you to insert columns into the content. The width and inner content display of the columns can vary.
Articles, Galleries, Products, Discussions, and other items which include further content are listed as Documents.
Using this function enables you to upload more files at once. Automatically recognized files (for example, pictures) will be saved in individual elements, the unrecognizable ones will be saved as files for downloading. Bigger files can be compressed into .zip folders and then uploaded to the website. The .zip archive will be decompressed and divided into items. By following these steps you can upload a whole picture gallery at once.
The default category or document chosen as the homepage, will be shown as the first page on your Website. You can change this by going to the category or document you would like to have as the homepage, hovering over the yellow gear in the upper right-hand corner, and selecting Set as Homepage.
Newsletters are a handy tool for keeping in touch with your users. You can manage multiple newsletters at a time, create new issues for each one, and then let Webgarden send them.
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