Below each tab in the black bar you will find some subtabs that give the user the possibility to find and modify the desired elements. Below, all subtabs are shown, and it is explained what they do exactly.
"Edit website": Dashboard
In the dashboard, you will find an overview of various pages that may require attention. In addition, this tab also shows all pages created by the user and which had the status concept.
"Edit website": Content
This tab gives you the opportunity to manage the content of your website. You have the possibility to search, add and edit the content. In addition, via content you can also look at everything that has been uploaded to the Media Library. This will be discussed in detail under Chapter 2: shaping your website (content)
"Editing website": Structure
This tab allows the user to change the structure of the page. With a good structure, you give the visitor the information he is looking for more quickly. A good structure is therefore very important.
You can also manage your taxonomy under this tab. The more modules you activate, the more taxonomy you will have to manage. Taxonomy is an addition to the general structure of the website. That is why you can find this taxonomy here.
In addition, the web forms can be found under this tab. Web forms make it possible for visitors to register for an event or pass messages to the organisation. It ensures that the visitor can communicate with the organisation. Note: This page is only visible when the module is enabled.
"Edit website": Configuration
Under the configuration tab, you can adjust all the settings of your website. Only the webadmin has the necessary rights for this. Please note: you cannot make personal adjustments within this tab. To do so, click on your name at the top of the page.
"Edit website": Users
The last tab "Users" gives you an overview of all users registered on the CMS. Here you can see which user has which role on the website.
As webadmin, you can use this tab to add users to the CMS and manage the rights of the different users.