Content Areas Tab
After creating/opening a WebPage, you will be on the “Content Areas” tab of the WebPage Design Page. This is created by 3 main sections
1) WebPage Content Areas
The template chosen for the WebPage determines which Content Areas will be available on the page.
By default, the chosen WebParts for the Content Areas are auto-filled. This means, if application-wide you selected WPT-10000109 to be the Header, when you create a new WebPage, the Header Content Area will have that WebPart selected.
Once you select a Content Area, if you wish your WebPage to differ from the Webpart assignment for Content Areas, check the “Override At Page Level” checkbox. For applications, there will be no default WebPart chosen for the Body content area and each WebPage will specify to override this area and specify one to show in its place.
2) Current Content Area
After selecting a Content Area from the left panel, you can view its HTML and see its layout in this section. It displays information for the selected Content Area.
If you selected to “Override At Page Level”, you can edit this area by right-clicking. This is the same screen from editing Application-wide defaults for Content Areas.
Here you can select a WebPart from the list of all WebParts on the right and drag it onto the current content area screen. This creates the appropriate HTML that EASYProcess will use to say “This WebPart goes here”.
3) WebParts List
Here is the list of all WebParts to choose from. This allows the user to scroll through the list and find the desired one to drag on the content area.
The properties tab allows you to reselect the options you were given when the WebPage was created. Once any properties are changed, save your changes with the “Save” button.
Page Name: This is the name used to find the page in the EASYProcess database. It cannot be changed, but it is only used internally to search and associate it to other properties.
Description: You can change the Description, which is displayed when you visit the page on your browser.
Security Level: This determines who can see your page. 0 is the lowest security level and it means everyone can view the page with the URL. Other higher levels must be viewed by a user who is logged in and has equal to or greater than the chosen security level. Different user types are assigned different security levels.
Template: You can change the Template that is being used to define the Content Areas of the WebPage. You can select the default template assigned for the application (a label displays which one is currently selected as the default) or you can choose another from the drop down list.