The "Whizzbar" is a toolbar across the top of the page - it may look like part of your browser, but it's not.
Takes you to your Home page, leaving the whizzbar on view at the top.
|Edit This Page||Only shown in the front-end;
i.e. while looking at a page. So now, you can navigate your site just
like a normal visitor and edit any page you look at by clicking this
Takes you to the page editor, to create a new page. You must give a page
title. This will be used to construct the page name. To make the page
name, spaces in the title become hyphens and punctuation is removed, so a
page titled A Midsummer
Night's Dream will get the name "A-Midsummer-Nights-Dream". This is
to make your page names search engine friendly.
You can give a short title now and make a longer title when you edit the page again. Changing the title does not change the page name. Make sure your first attempt includes the key words you want the search engines to see and is correctly spelt.
||Lets you navigate the files on
your website. You can move through directories and upload new files
anywhere. When Whizzy uploads an image, it automatically creates a
thumbnail for it. The thumbnails are used in the File Manger it self,
but you can also add them to your pages. Text files can be edited
straight from within the File Manager. There is also a complete list of
pages - not just the ones that are on menus.
|Template||Takes you to the text edit view of the default template which you can then edit using HTML, CSS and Whizzy Placeholders. The location of the default template is specified in Settings.|
Takes you to an edit view of the configuration file: whizzy.ini. The settings under the
[TEMPLATE] section control the lok and feel of your Whizzy back-end. If
you stick with the default template, or use a template with placeholder
in an HTML style tag, they will also control the front end too.
Other settings control things like thumbnail size and website title. You can set your own tags here for use in pages and templates. For example, if you create a setting:
usemodrewrite requires that your website runs in Apache - most do. It will have no effect in Windows-based web servers, like IIS. If set to true, then your URLs need not have a '?' in them and you will end up with addresses like 'www.websitename.com/About'. To make it work, copy lines in the file whizzy.htaccess to the .htaccess file in your document root.
||Here you can edit user information and add new
users, or delete old ones. There must always be at least one admin user
and Whizzy will not permit you to delete the last one. Users with the editor role do not see all the items
on the whizzbar and have a slightly restricted set of functions in the
||Logs you out and ends your back-end session. Takes you to the Home page, which you now view as a normal visitor; i.e. without the whizzbar. To log back in, replace the final word "Home" on the address bar with "login".|