Populating Site with Content
In Plesk Sitebuilder, creating your site content means creating the content of each HTML page constituting your site, and setting up functional modules you added to your site. You can do all this on the Edit step of the Plesk Sitebuilder Wizard.
The Plesk Sitebuilder editor is organized in such a way that the information you type on the pages and the design of the pages are independent. Therefore, you can completely change the design for a page after you had typed a text on this page, without having to retype the information.
The Edit step screen is structured in the following way:
- Site map area shows the site structure created on the Pages step of the Wizard. By selecting a page in this area, you open its content for editing in the work area of the screen. To hide the Site map section, click the Hide site map icon. To restore the Site map area on the screen, click the Show site map icon.
- Work area provides access to different functions, depending on the type of the edited page:
- On ordinary text pages, the work area provides the space for creating the text content of the page with the help of the WYSIWYG editor.
- On special pages, or page modules, the work area provides the module editor screen, where you can configure various parameters of the module on the respective tabs, and, in most cases, populate the module with content (for example, fill your online store catalog with products). For information on working with lists of objects on module management pages, read section Working with Lists. For more information about configuring and editing each module, see the respective sections further in this chapter.
- Modules area allows to embed block modules in text pages, by drag-and-dropping the module icon to the required spot on the page. For some tips on using block modules, see section Working with Modules. To hide the Modules section, click the Hide modules icon. To restore the Modules area on the screen, click the Show modules icon.
Note: When you edit special pages (page modules), the Modules area of the screen is not displayed.