What is included?
After loggin in into your website you'll find yourself on the dashboard.
The Dashboards provides am overview of relevant functions of your website and gives an insight about process and work in the application.
Note: Modules are only auto-detected when they have a corresponding route permissions. ___
On the left side you can see your Side Navigation for the backend. This Navigation helps you to jump easily between the submenus while each icon symbolizes its function.
provides an overview of relevant functions of your website and gives an insight about process and work in the application.
For more information go to Dashboard
This is your file manager for your website. It basically works like the finder (mac) or explorer (pc).
For more information go to Media Files
Here you can create new pages and set the navigationstructure of your page. This menu also gives you an overview of your added widgets and their content.
For more information go to CMS
Under this submenu all the tools for the frontend developer are provided:
Users & Roles:
Here you can manage the particular users roles and authorizations or create new users.
For more information go to Users and Roles
This submenu provides you the settings and configurations and also a developer guide
For more information go to System
That's where we are
Manage nodes trees and controller routes, eg. for navbar or footer links.
Twig layout snippets, for adding dynamic contents.
LESS AssetBundle from database for prototyping & development.
Flexible content management system.
Media files like images, PDFs or ZIPs.
Key-value store for application settings.
Manage user accounts, profiles and authorizations.
Manage application messages for internationalization.
URL redirects for domains or paths.
Manage resque jobs, dashboard for queue and runners
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