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Using LocalSignal

Manage the your website's content by following these steps:

  1. Select Sitemap from the Website Navigation.
  2. The Sitemap displays all of your websites pages in an organized manner. Highlight the name of the page you wish to update by clicking on it. 
  3. Click the Content button to go to the individual page's Content Editor.
  4. Page content will be editable on the left. The page preview will be displayed on the right.
  5. Use the Save button to save a draft of your changes. Publish will update the live website of the changes made.

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Your pages can be seen in the Pages section of the app. Navigate there by selecting Pages under the Website Menu. 

In order to publish a page, select the page you'd wish to Publish and click on the toggle next to the status button. The page toggle will turn green, indicating that the page is published.

Alternatively, you can Publish a page in the content editor of the page.

Your pages can be seen in the Pages section of the app. Navigate there by selecting Pages under the Website Menu. 

In order to unpublish a page, select the page you'd wish to unpublish and click on the toggle next to the status button. The page toggle will turn gray, indicating that the page is unpublished.

Blog post content is managed through the blog section of LocalSignal. In the Navigation menu place the the Blog to view all of your current Blog Posts. From here you can:

  • New Posts: Create new posts for the blog you currently have selected.
  • Edit Posts: Edit any current posts on your blog.
  • Manage Posts: Publish, unpublish, update, and categorize.

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  • In order to collect information your website must be launched. Nothing will be shown until your website is Live. Contact your developer for more information.
  • Your analytics aren't connected. Have your developer setup Google Integration with LocalSignal. 

content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) is a way for LocalSignal to serve global content to end-users with high availability and high performance. LocalSignal offers Scripts such as:

  • Bootstrap
  • jQuery
  • LocalSignal Maps
  • Font Awesome
  • Ion Icons
  • Lightbox

LocalSignal has a CDN that allows developers to utilize a global version of Font Awesome. 

  1. Navigate to the Scripts portion of your web capsule. 
  2. Select the LocalSignal CDN button to view a list of available scripts.
  3. Choose the Scripts and Add them to the capsule. LocalSignal will automatically include relevant external script files into the web capsule. Manage the files by dragging and dropping them into your preferred bucket.

Developers also have the ability to manage their own copy of Font Awesome.

  1. Download and unzip the Font Awesome files.
  2. Upload the Font Awesome CSS files into Scripts. Move the Font Awesome scripts to the Head section in the Scripts Manager.
  3. Upload any necessary font files or SVG to the Assets manager.
    (It might be necessary to update relative file paths in the CSS files). 

Each panel gives the developer the option to code in either Javascript (default) or CoffeeScript. The toggle button to change between the two is located on the Options area of each panel. 

Note: The code is not changed when users switch between the Javascript and CoffeeScript, but any code left will be invalid.

When applying the cms-global attribute to a repeatable, the entire repeatable becomes global content. Each instance of the repeatable (and all of the content inside of the repeatable) will be shared across each instance of the panel.