• Glossary of Terms
    • App
      • Apps are the content building blocks of your webpage. The webpage may include one or more apps. You can create and edit apps as well as share them with other users Apps are placed in columns within a page layout

    • Channel
      • Channels are the main navigation element on the site. Channels are like file cabinet drawers in which sections are located. Remember that a channel will not be visible for users until there is at least one section in that cannel or if the channel has an active homepage. When there are 15 or more sections in a channel, the sections are organized in a Directory Page, rather than a drop-down menu.

    • Column
      • Columns are the areas where apps are placed. You can have one or more apps in a column. Columns are areas on a Page Layout.

    • Content Browser
      • The Content Browser for Section Editors is an area within Site Manager that lists the sections for which they have editing privileges as well as the sites and channels in which they reside.

    • E-Alert
      • There are two types of E-Alerts: Content and Broadcast. Users can elect to receive mobile Broadcast E-Alerts# Content E-Alerts allow editors to notify subscribers when they make changes to a page, to apps within pages in a section or to a calendar event.

    • Editing Privileges
      • Site Manager has five levels of editing privileges: Site Director, Sub-site Director, Channel Director, Section Editor, and Homepage Editor. As a section Editor, you will be able to edit all of the content in your section.

    • Groups
      • Groups are a way of organizing users based on similar needs. Groups can be used to assign Editing Privileges, Viewing Rights, and Sharing Rights.

    • Homepage Editor
      • This individual has editing privileges for the Homepage and Calendar on either the site or subsite depending on which type of Homepage Editor they are. These privileges include editing the Welcome Text, Announcements, Headlines & Features and Site Shortcuts - basically any App on the Homepage. The Homepage Editor also has access to the main Calendar and can edit events, add events, and import events.

    • Page
      • A page is where you add the content for your section. You can use Page Types to create your pages. You can change the layout of your pages and add other apps to your pages as required.

    • Page Layout
      • Page Layouts contain one, two, or three columns. You can also choose a layout with a left or right side bar, and headers and footers.

    • Section
      • A Section is a collection of pages within a channel.

    • Section Editor
      • A Section Editor has editing privileges for a section, which includes the ability to add, edit and delete pages in their section# Section Editors can control what content can be viewed by individual users or groups of users through the management of Viewing Rights.

    • Section Workspace
      • The Section Workspace is the area in Site Manager where you complete your Section Editor tasks. The tasks in the Section Workspace are located on a Summary Tab, a Tools Tab and Editors & Viewers Tab, a Statistics Tab and the How Do I...? Tab.

    • Site Director
      • A Site Director is the individual who has the highest level of editing privileges on your site. The Site Director can edit any page on the site or any subsite.

    • Site Manager
      • This is the tool you use to edit your section# What you see within Site Manager depends on your editing privileges.

    • URL
      • Uniform Resource Locator - This is the friendly name for  a web address. It's what you use to create hyperlinks. http://www.nhart.org is an example.

    • Viewing Rights
      • Viewing Rights enable individual users or groups of users to view content which has otherwise been restricted.