Content Management (CMS)

Not to be confused with the StoreConnect CMS app.

Definition of CMS1.

Here we define the basic rules, or templates of the website’s header, footer, customised <head> and <body> content that would be applied across the entire site.

We also define the home page and any custom styling that may be applicable.

Prerequisites

Content Management (CMS) Details

Content Management

Define your default Home Page. If it hasn’t been created you can do so using the +New Page link.

Head Content optional

Inserts content from a defined Content Block before the closing <head>2 tag.

For example,

You can create a new Head Content Block as needed using the +New Content Block option.

Header optional

Create and define your website’s header that will be used across the entire site. Here you can add address, phone number details or even a custom promotional banner.

You can create a new Header Content Block as needed using the +New Content Block option.

Body Content optional

Inserts content from a defined Content Block before the closing <body>3 tag.

For example,

You can create a new Body Content Block as needed using the +New Content Block option.

Create and define your website’s footer that will be used across the entire site. Here you can add address, phone number details or a promotional message.

You can create a new Footer Content Block as needed using the +New Content Block option.

Custom Styles optional

Add in any custom CSS4 styles you may need to change the styling of the site.




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  1. CMS: A Content Management System (CMS), is a software platform used to create, edit and publish digital content. It’s purpose is to centralise and simplify the management of your website content. The storeConnect CMS is a proprietary system built specifically to assist in the creation of storeConnect websites that integrate directly to Salesforce. It does not manage your products, or product pages. See Content Management System for more information. 

  2. <head> tag: Used to contain metadata such as the title of the page, its description, and any relevant keywords. Scripts (code), links to scripts and CSS files (for page styling) may also be contained in the <head> tag. 

  3. <body> tag: Defines the web-page’s body, and contains the headings, paragraphs, images, URL links, tables, lists, and so on. There is only one <body> tag used on a web page. 

  4. CSS: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) defines the styles; colours, font-sizes, font-types, border-colours, etc on a website. 

 

 
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