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The CMS presents many of the entities,Layouts, Media, Displays for example, as tabular data called Grids. Each Grid has a number of elements that combine to create a flexible administration tool that is easy to read and understand.
The following screenshot shows the Layout Grid annotated with each of its elements:
Common Actions for each page, such as Add Layout are located in the top right for ease of access.
Use the Advanced tab to access further filtering options:
Grids have multiple Filter fields which can be used to restrict the criteria for returned results.
For example all Layouts belonging to a particular Owner can be the only results shown in the Grid.
Use Folders to easily organise, search and share objects.
- Click on a Folder/ sub-folder to search the contents and return results based on any filters applied to the Grid.
- Tick All Folders to include searching in the Root Folder and return results based on any filters applied to the Grid.
Returned results are shown in available columns.
Use the Column Visibility button to select/de-select which columns to present in the data table.
Each row has a menu of actions and shortcuts:
Selected actions allow for Forms to be automatically submitted by just clicking on the action from the Row Menu, such as Checkout for Layouts Check Licence and Authorise from the Displays page or Clear Cache from the Modules page.
Actions that have an ‘auto submit’ capability will display an option to enable on the form.
Once selected and Saved, forms will be automatically submitted the next time this particular action is selected.
Grids include the ability to multi-select rows to perform bulk actions. Available actions that can be applied in multiples are shown by clicking the With Selected button at the bottom of the page.
Allows a User to add new Tags with the option of removing any existing Tags from multiple selections.
This option allows Users to edit multiple Sharing options at the same time.
Elements that are shown with an indeterminate status
-are the result of a difference in options already set. Any changes made here will be applied to all selected elements.
Two Layouts are selected which already have the following Share options applied:
Layout 1 - view 1, Edit 0, Delete 0
Layout 2 - View 1, Edit 1, Delete 0
When multi-selected it would show the following:
View 1, Edit
-, Delete 0
A User makes changes and toggles to:
View 0, Edit
-, Delete 1 (leaving Edit in its current status)
The two Layouts would now have the following Share options set:
Layout 1 - View 0, Edit 0, Delete 0
Layout 2 - View 0, Edit 1, Delete 1
If available, a paging control option will be shown to allow a User to switch between pages of results.