Administrative Pages

Boogaloo's administration is organized into three categories. The administrative folder (by default, ~/Admin/) has a directory that follows these categories as well.

Host Pages

~/Admin/Host/

Boogaloo allows the administrator to manage multiple websites within a single installation. Websites are differentiated by host headers (domain names).

Host pages allow the website owner to configure different aspects of one or more websites in a Boogaloo installation. The Settings Menu at the top of every page contains a link to each of the following Host pages:
  • Website Information
    • Website Information - Allows the admin to change a website's name and description, and/or remove domain names associated with the website. This page also includes an option to Enforce primary domain which, when selected, will assert that all requests to the site are to the domain designated as the primary domain, or will automatically redirect to the primary domain.
    • Setup another website - By clicking the link at the bottom of the page, the admin can begin the process of adding another website to Boogaloo.
  • Website Settings
    • Tags and Groups - Organize pages within a website.
    • Ping Services - Configuration of ping services.
      • Note: Boogaloo does not utilize any of the ping services by default. Boogaloo.Core.BLL.PingService can be incorporated with Custom Controls and Extensions.
  • For the Designer
    • Master Pages - Associate/disassociate Master Pages with respect to a website.
    • Master Page Editor - Quickly edit a Master Page associated with a website.
    • Themes - Associate/disassociate ASP.NET themes with a website, and configure CSS groupings and media settings.
    • Layouts - Prototypes of pages generated in Boogaloo.
  • Content Controls

Site

~/Admin/Site/
Site pages deal with individual website pages within a single website.

Membership

~/Admin/Memberhip/
Membership Pages in Boogaloo are purposely left to Compile on Demand with inline code so membership criteria can be adjusted for specific project requirements. User authentication and profile information is documented with generic Microsoft ASP.NET Providers. Provider configuration is located in web.config file.

Last edited Oct 14, 2009 at 10:25 PM by rustyswayne, version 20

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