A Content Site maps to a web site in IIS (Internet Information Server). A URL is associated with a content site. You can setup an unlimited number of content sites in Titan. These sites remain in an inactive state until you modify parameters within IIS. These parameters include a Home Directory (e.g., E:/inetpub/yoursitedirectory) and a Home Page (e.g., default.aspx).
Unique identifier for the Titan component. Almost never used directly, this identifier is provided both as a reference for technical support and for use if you choose to export this component for re-import.
Internal numerical ID that represents your site. This value may be requested by Tech Support.
URL that represents the default RSS feed for your site. This URL builds an RSS feed based on documents currently flagged by What's New.
URL that will generate the sitemap XML requested by search engines. After substituting your preferred display site base URL, submit the full URL to the search engine.
Used to calculate the initial expiration of new CMS Items. An individual item's expiration date can be modified on the Properties tab.
The default number of days that an item is considered "new" by the What's New flag. This value can be modified on the Item's Properties tab.
Used to determine the default root for navigation calls. Generally, this is the site root although it may be overwritten in software, particularly in sites that support multiple languages.
Used to generate the default Page URL for newly created CMS Items. This value is only used when a new CMS Item is created; after an item is created only the author/editor can change the Page URL.
Can be used to enforce a standard naming format for Page URLs. This regular expression is applied to the Page URL value before a save can occur. If the author/editor's Page URL does not match, the CMS Item cannot be saved.
A Content Management System Item's Page URL represents the Item's external display name. This is what the end user sees. When the CMS receives the request for the Page URL, the Page URL is resolved to its unique numerical ID. Internally, this ID is routed to an .aspx page that knows how to render the page.
Is a property that can be used by administrators to override an author's request for page auditing by disabling auditing for all pages within a given site.
Is used to reduce the amount of spam for website forms (particularly comments). Captcha is a type of challenge-response test used on the website on such things as forms or where users enter information, to ensure that the response is not generated by a computer.
Is an XML snippet of configuration data required by the Captcha Processor.
Indicates Navigation Caching behavior for the site.
Indicates SSL behavior of the site.
Specify the primary DNS (Host Name/URL) for your display web site. For smaller sites, this will just be your DNS; for larger sites this is the DNS which you want search engines like Google to recognize as your site.
Specify the image that will be used by the Logo page part. Using this image field allows multiple display sites to use the same layout, but display different logos.
Specify the URL that will be associated with the on click of the Logo page part. Using this field instead of specifying the value in the Page Layout allows multiple display sites to use the same layout, but have different logo click behavior. The link may be internal or external.
Specify the alt message that will be associated with the Logo page part. Using this field instead of specifying the value in the Page Layout allows multiple display sites to use the same layout, but have different logo click behavior.
Some Search Engine Optimization (SEO) companies believe that it is important that all of your page titles should start with your name followed by the actual page title. This option gives you the opportunity to have the same prefix for all page titles in the site.
The Favicon Icon or Favorite Icon is the icon that displays on your website's tab. Many websites use their branding image.
Specify the content page that will be associated with the default Search page part. This page will recieve the user's search argument. The page you specify must either contain a Search Results block or an Portlet block that will process the results.
Specify the content page that will be associated with the default login form page part.
The Default Registration Page is used to specify the content page that will be associated with the default registration form page part.
Default Search Index indicates what will be searched.
The text that appears in the footer of the page. Typically, this can be a copyright notice, webmaster contact information, etc. The default Titan installation uses this field in the GlobalVarDisplay page part.
When configuring a Content site, there is a new field called “Site Parameters”. The intent is to provide Developers with an easy way to add parameters they can access from their code. The only place it is integrated in Titan is the StaticContent page part, which is something developers use on Page Layouts to add static footers or forms.
Content Sites can now be configured with an additional DNS name that specifies where to redirect mobile devices to.
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