Includes new Page Controls which greatly advance the intuitiveness of page editing, a separate Article menu to easily set access priviledges for Article Authors, and a new icon on folders to quickly visualise when they are 'Public'.
The new Page Controls, offer a simple to understand icon link straight to the exact section of the site builder to edit the site, page, template or style sheet of the page you are viewing.
We've also upgraded the Design view of web-pages so it recognises which components are from the page design and which are from the page template. This means page editors can be sure they are editing a page component not a page template component.
The Design Parent Template link on the Controller makes it easier than ever to switch to the underlying page template for editing.
The Article menu is now listed separately from the CMS Sites so that is easier to set access permissions for Authors to access Articles, but be restricted from the CMS Sites menu which is used to build and edit websites.
This upgrade release includes a new instantly recognisable 'Public' icon to make it easy to see which folders are public.
Folders may be 'private' meaning you have to be logged in and have access permission to see them or they may be 'public' so they can be seen without logging in, for example a folder containing images used on your website is 'public' so that the images can be viewed by your website visitors. Another example of a 'public' folder is the stSoftware help folder which contains the Help & User Guide files.
When you are logged in to Docs you will instantly see if you are storing files in a 'public' or 'private' folder instead of needing to click on properties to see this information.