1. Introduction
    1.1 Features
    1.1 Description of the module

2. Adding the module

3. Configuration options
    3.1 Content options
    3.2 Advanced options

4. The module in practice: tips

1. Introduction

The Sitemap is a module to display different kinds of sitemaps on a page.

1.1 Features

The features of this module in no specific order:

1.2 Description of the module

In this section we describe the three variants of the Sitemap module: Area, Limited and Full.

NOTE: Hidden pages, ivisible pages and pages under embargo are not displayed in the Sitemap module. Hidden does not mean inactive. However, a hidden page is retrieveable, if the URL is known. For further details on this subject, please see the Page Manager chapter, section 3.1 Add a page


2. Adding the module

Adding a module supposes that you have sufficient access permissions to add a page. This is specially important for non-webmasters like pupils and teachers who often have limited permissions. These permissions are set in the Account Manager, most times by the webmaster Wilhelmina Bladergroen.

In the Page Manager, select the Area or section and click on the Add a page link to enter the Add a page dialogue:

[ sitemap: add page, dropdown menu sitemap ]

Fill out the fields as described in section 3.1 Add a page in chapter Page Manager.

In the Module dropdown menu, select the module. Do not forget to select Visible, Hidden or Embargo. Click [Save] to save your work and return to the Edit basic properties of page nn dialogue. Now click on Content to enter the module configuration dialogue.

3. Configuration options

The module can be configured in two places. The most important one is the content, discussed below. In paragraph 3.2 we will briefly mention the advanced options and some links. 3.1 Content options

Click on the page name to enter the Sitemap condiguration dialogue:

[ sitemap configuration options ]

Description of the page:

Sitemap configuration
Here you can configure the sitemap. You can add an optional header and an optional introduction to the sitemap. You can also change the scope of the sitemap. Use one of the following options: 'area' for a simple area map, 'limited' for an area map followed by a list of links to available areas, or 'full' for a complete overview of all areas.


After clicking [Done], you can admire the Sitemap.

3.2 Advanced options

The advanced options also apply to this module. In particular it means that you can use Bazaar Style Style (BSS) to get rid of awfful colors that mismatch with the school site or with the pictures on the page.
More on the backgrounds of BSS can be found in chapter Viewpoints, paragraph 4. On form and content.
More on the practical work can be found in Configuration Manager, paragraph 3.4 Configure theme 'Theme Name' for area n. The other advanced options are discussed in chapter Page Manager, paragraph 3.3 Advanced: edit advanced properties of page nn.


4. The module in practive: tips


Author: Dirk Schouten <dirk (at) websiteatschool (dot) eu>
Last updated: 2014-10-08 version 1.01