Websites

Create and modify the structure of your website in Solodev. Learn to build, edit, and re-use the templates that power your web pages and update your website with new text, images, videos, web pages, templates, and modules.


Planning

This section contains an outline of the steps to prepare and launch a website in Solodev.  They do not have to be followed in order, but all will need to be completed at some time.

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Templates

In Solodev there are two kinds of Templates:

Theme Templates contain the pieces of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Fonts, Images, Videos, etc. that comprise the design of your website.

Note: To streamline web development and avoid writing duplicate code, Solodev allows you to embed several standard templates into a single web page, allowing for the same templates to be included in all of your web pages.

Page templates are the web pages you've created, mostly comprising of the layouts of different sectional pages of your website, and are typically reused several times in the development of a Solodev website.

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Pages

Web Pages in Solodev are typically an assembly of standard templates containing the HTML, CSS, JavaScript and assets that make up the design of that given web page. What separates web development in Solodev is the efficiency that by using templates to build your web pages you drastically speed up development time.

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Content

Solodev makes it very easy for content authors and marketers to make content edits on the fly without the need for web development experience or knowledge. Using a mix of powerful inline editing tools, WYSIWYG editors, and a templating system, Solodev is built to empower marketers to deliver engaging online content.

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Users

Solodev allows you to set granular permissions on the entirety of your Solodev instance, as a result you can create users in a hierarchy which mirrors that of your organizational hierarchy. Based on a user's role within the organization you can determine which users have access to various elements of your website.

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