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A Site is the main container object in which all Pages in yeager reside. Sites are the first instance you will need to set up in yeager. 
There is no limit to the number of Sites you can manage with yeager.

Multiple Sites are usually used when managing a number of different websites, or for setting up different language versions of a website, personalized password-restricted areas, intranets or additional blogs.


Specifies the name of the object
Name in URL
Specifies how the Site is called in the URL, e.g.
Defines the icon displayed in a brower's URL bar
Default Template
Defines the Template this Site, the Template is automatically assignet to new Sub-Pages of this page 
The URL name of a Site must not match any folder name existing in yeager's base directory.
Using an existing name can cause problems with the URL rewriting.

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