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Web System Content Management System (CMS)

Site Wizard offers the user a step by step work interface, where  the first step suggests the way of site developing. The system will offer two ways:

1. Start developing a site using a proprietary GYRE Editor. (Recommended)

2. Start developing a site using sites conversion tool.

Younicycle recommends that developers use the first method, because it has all of the features for the professional site development. Method  number 2 uses Site Converter tool, which provides scan of static (just HTML) pages and converts them into Younicycle database for further content editing. The user will not be able to change forms and other web services of the imported site.

To start the wizard use the main menu (Tools - Site Wizard) or select Sites in the Y-Tree and press New Website in the sites list. After running the wizard, the General screen will be displayed. The following parameters can be specified here:

  • Site name (Web project name) – this option is required to identify the site within the Younicycle system.
  • The default theme (Master theme) – specifies the default theme for whole website (it can be overriden later in the page properties for each page). Next to the default theme combobox there is the "New" button for creating new themes (see "Creating and editing topics").
  • Number of pages – allows you to select the approximate number of pages for the site. Pages will be automatically generated with the names:

index - for the first page

page-1...page-n – for the subsequent pages.

Later you can add and delete pages and names in Edit Site mode.

Attention! The first page must be called "index".

  • Page name – a unique (within the site) name of the page. To access the page content you need to know its name (see Formation of URL).
  • Page Description – this field is invisible to visitors, but can be indexed by search engines.
  • Import page data – allows you to load previously saved page.
  • Keywords – a manually added list of keywords found on the page. Can be indexed by search engines as well.

Creating the website

After filling in all fields click the Next button to go to the next stage.

When site is ready it can be viewed from the outside by entering the following URL:
http://www.younicycle.com/web/account/site[/page]

for example, to view the site «My site», created in the account «test» you need to follow this link:
http://www.younicycle.com/web/test/My site

Attention! Browsers convert space character to %20 symbol. Thus, URL for access to the «My site» will have the following form:
http://www.younicycle.com/web/test/My%20site

If you don't specify the page name, the "index" page will be opened by default. To open a specific page, you must specify its name after the site's name. For example, to open the page «price» located in site «My site» in account «test»:
http://www.younicycle.com/web/test/My%20site/price.html

To view the site that is linked to the domain name (www.mysite.com), follow these rules:
http://www.mysite.com - index.html page
http://www.mysite.com/price.html  - price.html page