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The Marlowe Online Server - WEB Interface

Webpage Wizard

How to build websites with ease

Webpage Wizard

To make the creation of a webpage simple, there is a webpage wizard.
You can find the webpage wizard by right (or middle clicking) on any folder and selecting the 'create webpage wizard'.
The webpage wizard is a form that asks you for information about the page you are creating. Once you have filled in the required fields, a page will be created.
The webpage wizard can be used as it is, or you can use the preset defaults for creating a master page, or standard page.
For ease of use, every field has a help icon with help text.

Creating a Master Page

(For more information about master pages see the 'Webpages and Master pages' tutorial.
A master page should be the first page you create of a site - you don't have to do this, but it is recommended.
Open the webpage wizard, and select the "Set defaults for a master page' button at the top.
By clicking this, a number of fields are disabled (greyed out). These fields are not needed for master pages.
Enter data for the remaining fields - you can edit everything later in the web page editor.
At the bottom you can select a logo to be displayed from your files.
When finished click the 'save' button at the bottom. Your page will appear in the file manager.

Creating a Standard Page

A standard webpage will inherit from your master page, most of your titles, your styles, and logo will appear automatically. You only need to enter content unique to that page.
Open the webpage wizard, and select the "Set defaults for a standard page' button at the top.
By clicking this, a number of fields are disabled (greyed out). These fields are not needed for standard pages.
Enter data for the remaining fields - you can edit everything later in the web page editor.
When finished click the 'save' button at the bottom. Your page will appear in the file manager.
Web page wizard
A cropped view of part of the web page wizard, showing how it appears for a standard page.

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