Our File Browser and has received a big update and new look, and the page Editor toolbar has received a minor update.
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The most recent update to Site Manager includes a major renaming of all templates and the launch of version control for site owners.
The major features in this release are new Site Wide Settings for default dropdown navigation (for Dropdown templates) and the ability to deploy stylesheets for your entire site.
This release includes several minor fixes and updates.
This release includes several enhancements for the Recycle Bin on the Pages tab. Previously users were able to select multiple items in the Recycle Bin but not actually undelete them. We've added the functionality for that as well as added a more obvious "Restore" button on the top toolbar of the pages tree view to "undelete" a page.
This week we're introducing a new site-wide setting that allows you to set a default template for your site. Another new feature is that newly created or copied nodes in the tree view will now be automatically selected and display their page properties. We've also upgraded the file manager on the Files tab and released an all new tutorial video on using the tree view.
In this release, we've done more to enhance the user interface experience on the Pages tab, Users tab and Stats tab. On the Pages tab, we've upgraded the treeview to make it more reliable and eliminate common bugs. On the Users and Stats tab, we've updated the interface to match the look and feel of the other tabs.
In this release, probably the biggest change is the updated user interface on the Pages tab. We hope you will find it more intuitive and easier to use on mobile devices. You'll also notice the Tree View now has scroll bars that help keep the properties of a page always within view.
In this release we are adding new upgrades to the WSYWIG editor for some bug fixes and new features. The Layouts button allows users to insert predefined layouts to quickly create popular designs on the web page. Show Blocks button allows users to the boundaries of sections and sub sections within the edit area.
In this release we are adding new enhanced navigation to work better with workflow and security permissions. You will also notice a new option for site-wide settings.
We are excited to announce our first release for Site Manager 4, which includes a new landing page, enhanced toolbar functionality, and an upgraded page editor.