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In this chapter, you will become familiar with the principal Front-end editing tools, including the Admin Toolbar and other tools that appear on Zenario web pages when viewed as an administrator.
This is a powerful system that manages all of your site's content, its menu architecture, its administrative settings, the Modules that enable various functionality, and much more.
This chapter describes how to create and manage navigation on your site. You will learn how the hierarchical menu system works, how to create a menu node in the hierarchy, how to define its text, set its position and edit its various properties.
This chapter introduces you to the self-contained software packages called modules and the plugins that extend them, adding functionality to your Zenario site.
Using the Content Summary List module you can easily view any content in one place with links to full content pages. You can manipulate the output using the many display options available.
You are able to show a list of documents from your website on any page of your choice. Using a document container you can easily view any type of document you have uploaded to the system and have it available to download to site visitors.
Zenario has a Users and Contacts management system. Learn more about how to manage this data.
Some kinds of data that are managed in Zenario are designed to be extensible; that is to say that the fields of those data records are not limited, and you as a site administrator can add your own custom fields.
This chapter will explain how to create a form, insert a form onto your website, how the form system works and how to integrate it with a CRM system.
This brief guide will explain how to turn your single language site into a multilingual site.