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  1. What is a zone?

  2. How do I save files?

  3. How do use the WYSIWYG by default when creating new files or zones?

  4. Why is there no "Rename" link in the zone list?




  1. What is a zone?

    A zone is a section on a web page that remains constant. That is, the same section appears exactly the same on several of your web page (your menu for example).

    By creating zones, you can then update a particular zone which would automatically update all web pages that contain that zone. The technical name for zone is Server Side Include (SSI). For more information on SSI, see our SSI tutorial.

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  2. How do I save files?

    After creating or editing the selected file, click the last button in the toolbar. It will produce a drop down menu with two prepopulated fields. The first field is the directory you'd like to save the file in, the second field is the file name. Edit the values and press save.

    If you're in edit mode, you can change the file name to create a test copy. If you're creating a new page and you enter a file name that already exists, the script will not overwrite it. You'll see an error message letting you know that the filename already exists and you'll need to enter a different name.

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  3. How do use the WYSIWYG by default when creating new files or zones?

    In your user profile (or the settings if you're top level admin) add the keyword "default" without the quotes in the "Treat these files as web files" extensions list. Remove the keyword "default" to use regular textareas by default.

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  4. Why is there no "Rename" link in the zone list?

    Renaming a zone file would require you to update all zone tags that point to that file. This could mean hundreds of pages that need to be modified. We do not recommend you change the name of zone files. If you forgot to add an extension for the file name when you created the zone file and want it treated as a WYSIWYG file, you can add the file name to your file modification settings.

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