Each section will pave a _props.pcf file. Settings you choose in a _props.pcf file will carry through to all files and folders within that folder. The _props.pcf file in the site’s root folder includes some additional options.
You can customize the breadcrumb the is displayed for your index.pcf page. It is recommended to keep this text short and not repeat words from other breadcrumbs already displayed in the path. This field is available on all _props.pcf files.
For sections at the tab level (those always visible across the top navigation bar) you can customize the heading that appears in the left navigation. This field is available on all _props.pcf files, but only makes visible changes for sections at the root level of the site.
Revert allows you to restore any previously published version of a page or include file to the staging server. Reverting a page to a selected version makes that chosen version the one that is available for editing on the staging server. It must then be published for that version to go to the live site.
To revert a page to a previous version in the row for the desired version in the Versions screen open the More Actions menu and select Revert.
From the confirmation window you can view the chosen version by clicking the link within the text before clicking the blue Revert button to confirm the selection.
You can also view the version by selecting Page under View menu in the More Actions menu for the desired revision.
Within the Versions screen, the Compare feature allows you to compare different versions of a page. Additions, deletions, and format changes of page content are displayed graphically, so you can easily see what changes have been made across versions.
- Strikethrough (red) shows content that was removed.
- Underline (green) shows content that was added.
- Wavy underline (blue) shows formatting changes.
Although a unique version of a page is saved automatically in the CMS version control system every time a page is published you may want to create a version manually. For example, after editing and saving a page several times you may want to save a version.
Pages and other content within Omni CMS are located on a staging server. They must be published to be viewable on the live website. Images are automatically published during creation with the Image Editor and do not need to be manually published. You can only publish pages to which you have access. Some departments may be set up with an approval process in which another user must approve the file before it publishes.
Publishing can be done in a few ways.
You can customize the contact information that appears in the footer of your website. This is only available in the _props.pcf file within the root folder for your site or the folder where navigation is restarted.