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How to manage Content in Subrion

Step-by-Step tutorial on how to manage your content in Subrion CMS

In this tutorial we will show you how to manage the content of your Subrion website. This includes creating, editing and removing pages, menus and blocs – all standard elements for any self respecting Content Management System.

 

To use the platform to the fullest, you need to be able to manage Subrion's:

Step 1 Pages

The pages are the main building blocks of your website. All of your readable content will be represented via pages. To manage your pages, go to the Content>Pages section of your admin area.

 

Accessing the Pages section in Subrion

 

Here you will be able to create a new page or edit and delete existing pages.

 

Adding a new Page in Subrion

 

We will now create a page for more information. The options for the page can be edited and are as follows:

 

  • Name – The name of the page
  • Parent – Select a parent page if such is available/applicable
  • Custom URL – If you wish to create a custom URL for this page you can do so here
  • External URL – If you wish to link to a external resource you should enable this
  • No Follow URL – Adds a “nofollow” relation attribute to this page which is useful for excluding the page from the SERPs of your website. Enable this only if you are sure in what you are doing
  • Open in new tab – Opens the page in a new tab when clicked on your website

 

Configuring a new Page in Subrion

 

Below you will be able to select the title for the page and fill it with content.

 

Titling and filling out a Page in Subrion

 

Once you are ready, make sure to set the Status as Active and click on the Add button on the lower left corner.

 

Making the Page active and adding it to your website

 

Step 2 Menus

Menus are important for their ability to make the navigation around your website easy and user friendly. To manage Subrion’s menus, please navigate to the Content>Menus section in your admin dashboard.

 

Accessing the Menus section in Subrion

 

Here you can edit, delete and create menus.

 

Adding a new menu in Subrion

 

 Let us see the relations behind a menu by revisiting the main menu.

 

Configuring the Menu in Subrion

 

You can see that the main Menu holds other elements such as pages and has a defined position in the template you are using (whether it is the default or a custom one). The end of the mage is marked by the Status of the menu and a Save button – in case you have made any changes to it.

 

Setting the menu active and Saving the configuration

 

Step 3 Blocks

Blocks are defined sections of any page usually configured with the specific purpose of containing information which in most cases is represented by text. It is important to know how to change them as they are one of the most noticeable parts of your website’s layout.

To manage the blocks for your Subrion based website, visit the Content>Blocks section located inside your admin area.

 

Accessing the Blocks section in Subrion

 

As with the pages and menus you will be able to edit, delete and create blocks.

 

Adding a new Block in Subrion

 

Here you will be able to choose:

 

  • Name - the name of the block.
  • Type - the type can be one of the 4 pre-defined types for block including html and plain text ones
  • Position – choose from more than 15 positions the one that best fits your needs
  • CSS class name – how the block will be referred in the CSS files of Subrion.

 

Configuring the main options for the Block

 

After the initial settings, you can choose if the block is collapsible, multilingual and visible in all pages of your website.

 

Configuring the extra options for the Block in Subrion

 

After that, you can choose a title and content for this bock.

 

Titling and filling out the block with content

 

Lastly, don’t forget to set the Status as Active if you wish to apply and make the block visible and click on the Add/Save button to save all of the changes.

 

Saving the Block in Subrion

 

Congratulations, you now know how to fully manage the content on your Subrion based website.

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