Site Admin User Guide

Disclaimer: The documentation contained herein is designed to provide general documentation on how our software works and is in the public domain. It is designed to cover many types of web sites and applications, and is not intended to replace specific documentation you will have received for your web site or application. Not all of this will be relevent to your site or app, particularly the later sections. Please note that functionality mentioned herein that you do not have does not mean it is missing, it means it is not relevent to your site or app.


The web site administrator provides a simple way to update your web site. It allows you to add, edit and delete content in various sections, and also upload and manage files including images and downloadable content such as PDF files, word documents and more.

How to use the documentation

The documentation herein is organised into several sections, which you can see on the menu panel to your left. The documentation gradually gets more advanced as it goes on. All of the important core concepts are covered in sections 1 through 7. If you are new to this software it is recommended that you first read through these sections in turn whilst actually using the software as you go to become familiar with it. For regular administration these sections are all you will need. Sections 8 onwards start to cover more advanced topics such as creating and addming menus and dynamic recordsets.

Please also note that all of the images in the documentation are clickable in order to bring up a large version. The images will be invaluable in helping you to understand how things work, particularly in the later sections.

Introductory Sections (Sections 1-3)
These sections are very general and cover logging into the administrator, and the basic difference between 'data' and 'files'.

Core Concepts (Sections 4-7)
These sections cover everything you need to know to perform basic editing. How to find, edit, add and delete both data and files (including images), and how to use the Rich Text Editor. There is some overlap in these sections and you may find yourself jumping between them as you go. For regular site administration this is all you will need to know aside from any further documentation specific to your web site or application, which itself will only tell you where to go to edit specific sections.

More Concepts (Sections 8-10)
Starting to get a little more advanced, adding new web pages and editing menus is covered first, followed by the user manager. The user manager turns into an advanced section later on should be read thoroughly before attempting to make changes as it deals with granting permissions to other users, etc.

Section 11 covers 'Dynamic Objects' or 'Widgets', explaining how to add forms, menus and dynamic recordsets to pages. This section is fairly complex and full training will be given on any of these sections.

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Further Support

For further help and support, please contact Paragon Digital on 0775 646 0555.