Tree View

Tree view icon in the toolbar

In the tree view, folders and other files are displayed like in a file manager. Folders can be opened and closed by clicking the corresponding array icon:

Several subtrees can be open at the same time. When a file in the hierarchy is clicked, an overview of important file and version fields is displayed on the right-hand side.

In the toolbar, a button for switching to the full details view can be found:

Details view icon in the toolbar

File Types

The following file types exist:

This file type structures the file hierarchy. Folders have a main content (HTML) and can contain fields, just as the other file types. Folders can be opened and closed by clicking the corresponding array icons.

Files of this type have a main content. Converted files are mostly stored in documents.

A layout file serves to generate web pages or parts of web pages from folders or documents.

Files of this type contain images suited for the web (GIF, JPG, od PNG images)

Resources are files that can have any content. They are mostly used for providing downloadable files on the web site.

For each file type, corresponding mirror files may exist. These files are marked with a small red arrow. Example:

Mirror document
Represents a mirror document whose original is located elsewhere in the folder hierarchy.

File Versions

In the Content Navigator, the versions of a file are marked as follows:

Draft version
The file has a draft version and no released version.

Draft version and released version
The file has a draft version and a released version.

Released version
The file has a released version and no draft version.

Starting at version 6.5.0, inactive files, i.e. files that have no versions or are temporally inactive, are struck through:

Deactivated folder
The folder is temporally invalid or neither has a draft version nor a released version.

The version view mode you selected is taken into account. If, for example a file that has a released version has been deactivated, it now has a deactivated draft version. The released version, however, is still active and is not marked as deactivated if you have chosen to display released versions by means of the display options. Deactivated files can also be hidden.