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Category: VirteomCMS

Managing Related Page Links on a Virteom Site

By Dan Carbone
October 23, 2014 Category: RelatedLinkManagement, Modules, TipsandTricks, VirteomCMS, Learning

How do you manage a menu system in your website that has related hyperlinks to different pages on your website per page? Its a bit harder than just having a menu that is the same on every page in the site. You have to be a bit more inventive in the approach. Virteom has a module that allows you to select certain hyperlinks that would show up in a menu based on the content on the page you are currently viewing. Lets walk you through that module and how you can use it to manage related content. Well use Magnets website to demonstrate the example. Looking at the Side Menu If we look at the side menu we can see it has 5 hyperlinks that go to 5 different pages. The owner of the website wants the flexibility that these would be different per page. On the next slide well show you the backend and how you can simply manage this sitewide. Log Into Virteom To manage those links on that side menu globally simply log into your Virteom and click on the Manager button on the top

Category: User Access

Controlling User Access

By Virteom
October 05, 2017 Category: User Access, Learning

With Virteom, website administrators can choose which members have access to certain areas on the site. For example, you would want your blogger to have access to create and edit blog pages. You can make different levels of users, from customers and staff, to full admins. Lets get started. After logging in as an admin, select Dashboard (or Manager) from the top bar. Then, on the left hand side, select Members. This will bring up a screen showing all of the members who are registered to your site. You can also search for a members name using the Search field. Click on Edit next to a members name. Here is the user access part of the next screen. You can edit contact information, change a users password, and update user access from this area. Editing Access and Permissions Box 1 is a list of all of the administration features a user has access to. In this example, this user has access to all features. Explore the list on your site and determine how you wish to set up access. Box 2 is