Navigating Site Config¶
In this section, we discuss the available modules in the Sidebar from any of the available out-of-the-box blueprints. The modules available in the Site Config Sidebar can be configured by following Site Config Tools
Content Types contains the following:
- Model: The content pieces that will be captured from the content authors for the page or component
- View: The view template that will render the content, typically to HTML markup
- Controller: The controller that handles the incoming request for the page or component
The Content Types module under Site Config allows the user to view existing content types and to create new content types
For more information on content modeling and content types, see Content Modeling in the Developer section
Configuration allows the user to configure the different settings in Crafter CMS for the site.
For more information on what settings can be configured, see Configuration
Groups allows the user to administrate (add/remove users to a group, add/remove group, etc. ), the groups in the site created on Crafter CMS.
For more information on groups see Groups Management
Audit logs displays the date, time, user and action performed to content in the site:
See Viewing Logs Through Crafter Studio for some more information on viewing logs.
Workflow States allows the user to manually set the workflow state of every file in the site.
For more details on manually setting workflow states, see Setting Workflow States
Logging Levels allows the user to temporarily change the logging levels for specific classes in Crafter CMS
The Log Console allows the user to view messages depending on what log levels and what Java packages have been set for tracking.
See Log Console for some more information on viewing logs.
The Publishing module under Site Config allows the user to view the publishing status, perform a bulk publish or to publish content using commit ID(s)
For more information on Publishing, see Publishing and Status
The Remote Repositories under Site Config allows the user to view remote repositories linked to the site and options to pull and push to the listed remote repositories. It also allows the user to add a remote repository to the site.
For more information on Remote Repositories under , see Remote Repositories