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Managing Content

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    This topic describes you how  to manage the Jentla Content in your sites. 

    To Access the Jentla Content:

    1. Login to Site Administrator (http://<yourdomain>.jentla.com/manager/administrator/).

    2. Go to Jentla > Content. Then the following page will be displayed:

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    The Content area is splitted into nine tabs. Please see the details for each one in the below sections:

    Using Merge Tags

    The Merge tags are site-specific pieces of information that can be used as a tag within an article and when the article is propagated to multiple sites, the tag will be replaced by that site-specific content.

    The main workflow steps for using merge tags are:

    1. Create the merge tag(s) in the Manager Administrator at Jentla > Content > Merge.

    2. Enter the tag values for each site.

    3. Add the merge fields to the article in Jentla Content Manager.

    4. Publish the article and you will see the tag values displayed at site front-end assigned for that site.

    For  more information please refer at How To Use Merge Tags.

    Global Replace

    This tab shows you how to replace the value for both content and images area of the selected location.  Below is shown the screen for content replace:

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    The following information is required on Content replace:

    • Find -  Enter the value which you are going to replace

    • Replace - Enter the value that replaces the given word

    • Case Sensitive - By marking the case-sensitive it replaces the given word only it matches in case also. Otherwise it replaces the word without checking the case.

    For example:   search word - Article
                                Replace Word - Content
                                Replace Column - Title
                                The article title is - 'sample article'
                                Result - it wont be replaced

    • Update Manager Repository - By marking the checkbox the value is to be replaced for Manager side

    • Update Node Repository - By marking the checkbox the value is to be replaced for Site side

    • Select Site - Select the suggested site from the drop-down list. The value will replace the selected site only

    • Replace Drop-down list - Select the locations from the drop-down list, the value is to be replaced for particular location only

    Click the Replace button at the top-right corner of the page, automatically the value will be replaced for selected sites of particular location.

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    Below is shown the screen for image replace:

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    The following information are required on image replace:

    • Find - Browse the image which you are going to be replaced

    • Replace - Browse the image which replaces the given image in the Find field

    • Update Manager Repository - By marking the checkbox the image is to be replaced for Manager side only

    • Update Node Repository - By marking the checkbox the image is to be replaced for Site side only

    • Select Site - Select the suggested site from the drop-down list. The image is to be replaced on the selected sites only

    • Replace Drop-down list - Select the locations from the drop-down list, here only the image is to be replaced

    Click the Replace button at the top-right corner of the page, automatically the image will be replaced for selected sites of particular location

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    Global Find

    This tab shows you how to find the value for both content and image of the selected location. Below is the screen show for content find:

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    The following information is required on Content find tab:

    • Find - This is the value for which you are going to be searched. For example : you enter the value as "test" in the find field

    • Select Site - Select the suggested site from the drop-down list. The word "test" is searched for the selected sites only

    • Find key drop-down list - Select the locations from the drop-down list. In that place the word "test" is found

    Click the Find from tool menu at the top right of the page. Then the found items article list will be displayed in pop-up.

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    Below is the screen show for image find:

    image_replace.png

    The following information is required on image find tab:

    • Find - Browse the image which you are going to be find. Click the Select button to choose the image and click the Insert button at the top of the pop-up, automatically the selected image will be added in the find field

    • Select Site - Select the suggested site from the drop-down list. The image is searched for selected sites

    • Find key drop-down list - Select the location from the drop-down list. In that place the image will find

    Click the Find button at the top right corner of the page. Then the found items article list will be displayed in pop-up.

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    Keyword List

    This tab shows you how to add a keyword in Jentla Content Manager keyword list. These are the keywords that a search engine uses to determine the relevant piece of information. The following steps show you how to add keyword in Metadata keyword list.

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    Click the New button at  the top right corner of the page the following popup will be displayed. Enter the value of keyword in the keyword box and click the Save button at the top of the pop-up page.

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    Automatically the keyword will be added to the keywords list view, as show below:

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    Finally the same keyword value "test" will be displayed in Content Manager Metadata keyword list. For more details about the Metadata please refer at http://documentation.jentla.com/%22How_To%22_Guides/How_to_add_Metadata_to_an_article

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    Comments Tag

    This tab allows you to tag the comments in Jentla article. Click the New button at the top of the Comments Page. The following page will be displayed, as illustrated below:

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    The following information is required on Comments Tag

    • For Moderation - Enter the value for moderation. Suppose if you use the moderation words in the comments automatically it will hide the moderator value in the comment. For e.g. Enter the moderation value as YYY. You post the comments like "This is the YYY article" for the article in site front-end. Then you login as Moderator in the Manager front-end. Click the Comment Moderation. Here you able to see your posted comments in Submitted status as "This is the YYY article. Mark the comments and click the Approve button. Now you can refer your comment for the article as "This is the article" instead of "This is the YYY article"

    • Find - Enter the value which you are going to find

    • Replace - It replace the given value in the find field box

    • Suggested Sites - Choose the Suggested sites to be replaced from the drop-down list

    Click the Save button to save the comment or Cancel to abort. You can see the progress of comments tag for each of the chosen sites. Click close to go back to the comments list page.

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    Automatically the comments will be replaced for selected sites and it is listed in the listing page as show below:

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    JA Fields

    In order to create a Form article you need to have the JA (CCK) Fields previously created in order to be able to insert them into the article. For more information on how to create JA (CCK) Fields please see Jentla Action Fields.

    JA Fields Group

    This tab groups all the previously created JA (CCK) fields into a new Group. You need to do this because at this step you link the JA (CCK) Group to Categories, so that the JA (CCK) Fields you have created to be available for the articles of a certain category. For more information please refer at Jentla Action Field Group

    JA Export to CSV

    This tab shows you the list of CSV file. This csv file which was already created using userlogs in common user tab and general action in JA (CCK) Field. Select an existing CSV file name in the list, Click the download options    to view the csv file or click the delete button it will be removed from the system.

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    Import Articles

    This tab allows you to Import the Jentla articles in CSV file format. The following is an example of uploading the CSV file format:

    The following information are required on Import the Jentla articles

    • CSV File - To upload a CSV file, start by using the Browse button to find the file you would like to upload, and then click "Open". (You can do this several times so long as the overall file size accumulation doesn't exceed your max file upload size 10 M). Once you have all the files you want queued, hit the Upload File and Import button, automatically the CSV File will be uploaded

    • Import Option - Choose the options either New article or Overwrite. If you choose New article the CSV File will be imported as new article or it will be overwrite

    • Import Start From - Enter the Import articles From which article To which article

    Finally the Jentla articles will be imported in CSV File format.

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