|Xpressite Demo: Slide 10a|
Contents1. Xpressite - Title Slide
2. Xpressite - Benefits
3. Web Site – 7 easy steps
4. Xpressite & Graphics
5. Configuration: Web Site Defaults
6. Configuration: Top Frame Banner
7. Configuration: Menu Bar
8. Configuration: Frame Set
9. Left Dynamic Menu
10. Create Page
11. Additional Features
12. Flexible Architecture
13. Available Frameworks for Add-ons
14. Next Step: How to get started
Create Web Page
The Content area of Xpressite provides different views to sort your pages. The default view is the Site Map (shown below). The Xpressite Site Map is the working view for most Xpressite users since it shows all pages, by category (and subcategory if applicable) and whether or not it is published or included in the Web version of the site map. This is a great place to manage all your pages. A page not marked "Published" will appear in this view but will not be visible on the website. Clicking on any of the other views in the left navigator below will display the data for that category, and when you click on "Categories" the list expands even further to display more options to view your pages. In addition to adding your formated text on each page, you can need to first complete the following settings for the page:
- Enter Page Name.
- Choose Site Category.
- Format Rich Text, graphics and charts (no coding just WYSIWYG formating)
- Check for Publishing.
- Include in Search Engine (Yes/No).
- Define Meta content (for search engines).
- Indicate Expiration date for News & Events Site Category items only.
- Enable Forward to a Friend.
New Pages automatically expire after either 7 or 30 days (user defined) and are automatically removed from home page under the Whats New section. News and Events items have start and expiration dates that are set by the user. The webmaster never has to remember to go and edit the site to remove the News, Events and Whats New items since they remove themselves, keeping the web site fresh and current.
Rich text formatting is done by selecting text, then formatting by choosing font, color, size, etc. Graphics can be imported (or pasted) directly in text, and the graphic can then be defined to have text wrap around it.