In between the lines of code that make up every website is content. Website visitors don't land on your homepage to view your source code, they come to consume content. Solodev is built to reflect the separation between code and content, giving content marketers the capability to easily update page content without weeding through complex code. Below are some essential resources to get started with creating and managing content in Solodev.
One of the most essential components to understand in Solodev is the difference between content, pages, and how the two interact with one another. Content (typically HTML files) are embedded into Pages (STML files). The two sets of information are kept separate from one another in Solodev.
Create a Sitemap
It is recommended you design the structure and content of your website based off of a well designed sitemap. The sitemap is the architectural plan for your website and, as a result, should be one of the first tasks you undertake with your Solodev website, even if it is simply a bulleted list of required sectional and content pages.
In Solodev, HTML content is the building block of your website and web pages. HTML content typically involves an HTML file and includes content that can be easily edited in a WYSIWYG editor.
A Page in Solodev is a collection of HTML Content inserted using Dynamic Divs, or "drop zones". You can manipulate your Dynamic Divs to customize the layout of your website. Pages have .stml (STML) extensions and are organized under the "www" Workspace folder.