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How works the administrator panel

The administrator panel in the CMS contains a big number of pages but all of them are grouped by sections. All pages from the main menu are components like has the user panel and them could be customized with plugins and is possible to create new components.

The pages in the administrator panel are:

  • Dashboard - after login the administrator is redirected to this page. The page is divided in two parts. First part shows the events like new members, updates and more useful information for the administrator(is like a feed). The second part contains widgets which could be reordered and by default there are three widgets.

  •  Notifications - this page has three scopes: email templates, alerts for users and errors which are getting the users. The alerts could be news, banners or even a static ads showed by plan.

  • Members - in this page the administrator could manage the users and other accounts administrators. The administrator can't change its role or delete its account. 

  • Frontend - in this page the administrator could enable a theme for public. When the theme is enabled, will be possible even to create/manage the menus items. The administrator is able even to create contents in the theme, manage the users access and configure social networks for sign in and sign up.

  • User - in this page the administrator could manage the components, apps, networks, plans, themes and menu settings for the user panel.

  • Administrator - in this page the administrator will find information for him like transactions, invoices, support(depends if the user theme has support for this), updates and themes.

  • Plugins - in this page the administrator is able the manage the plugins. Moreover, the plugins could have interfaces and them will be displayed in the submenu if the plugins authors want this.

  • Settings - this page contains general settings for payments, smtp, api, storage and others will be added in the future.

  • My Profile - allows to the administrator to manage its account preferences.

The video below shows where all these page are located:

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