Content Block administration

Access Content Block administration either by selecting a Content Block in the tree window or by (double-)clicking the name of a Content Block when a reference to a Content Block is displayed (e.g. in the list of recent changes on yeager's home screen).

Content Block administration: Global Functions

  • approve working copy

See Versioning and Publishing for detailed information on approval and publishing.

Content

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List of Entry Mask assignments
The content tab for Content Blocks displays the Entry Masks that are currently used in the respective Content Block.
 
yeager allows for dynamic, personalized content in Content Blocks. In case you want to use dynamic content, you can do so by using certain placeholders  (e.g. [!$user.FULLNAME!]). For more information see Developer Guide: Personalization.

Functions

  • add Entry Mask assignments
  • remove Entry Mask assignments
  • edit content of assigned Entry Masks (see Form fields)
  • change the order of assigned Entry Masks

Properties

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Hierarchical representation the selected Content Block in the tree.
List of Content Block properties
This tab displays all configurable Content Block properties.

Functions

Tags

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List of assigned Tags
This tab lists all Tags which are assigned to a Content Block.

Functions

  • add Tag assignments
  • remove Tag assignments

Links

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List of outgoing links
List of incoming links
This tab lists all incoming and outgoing links of a Content Block.

Incoming links are objects in which a Content Block is used or linked in. Outgoing links are all objects which are used or linked on a Content Block.

It is important to note that the list of links displayed on this tab only considers published versions of objects.

Functions

  • open the listed object in a detail dialog

Extensions

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List of active Extensions for a Content Block
This tab lists all Extensions which are used for a Content Block.

Functions

  • add Extensions to a Content Block
  • remove Extensions from a Content Block
  • edit Extension properties (see Form fields)

Versions

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This column displays the tab in which the changes were made
This column displays the change which was made
This column displays the date, time and the User who performed the change
The pink buttons next to the column titles allow you to specify criteria which will be used to filter the list of changes by specific tabs, actions or timeframes
This tab displays a history of all changes and versions of a Content Block. The list may show two different types of entries: 
 
Version log entries
These are log entries related to a version change, approval, publishing process or roll-back. These items have a slight darker background color and the actions are displayed in bold text. Each entry is associated with exactly one version. When hovering the entry you can preview or restore that version by making use of the action buttons.
 
Changes
Entries related to changes of a specific version.

For a detailed description of yeager's versioning concept please head over to Versioning.  

Functions

  • revert back to an old version of a Content Block
  • save snapshot as version

Publishing

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Publishing settings
Automated publishing tasks
This tab displays the current publishing settings for a Page. (see Publishing)

Functions

  • edit current publishing settings
  • add new automated publishing task
  • edit automated publishing tasks
  • remove automated publishing tasks

Comments

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Commenting status
List of Comments
This tab shows a list of all Comments which have been submitted on a Content Block.
 
Comments have one of three stati:

  • OK - The default status of a Comment, usually used for Comments that passed quality control
     
  • Unapproved - Depending on the specific application built, this status is usually used to hide a Comment until further notice (that is until its status is changed by an administrator to either "OK" or "Spam"). Refer to your system administrator for more detailed information on how your system is set up.
     
  • Spam - Depending on the specific application built, this status is usually used to permanently hide a Comment. Refer to your system administrator for detailed information on how your system is set up.

Functions

  • enable or disable the commenting functionality for a Content Block
  • add Comments
  • edit Comments
  • change Comment status
  • delete Comments