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Assets » An asset is any entity within the system that can be used to generate content.
File Naming » The naming of your Web files and folder(s) makes your site easier for you to maintain. What we are describing here is how to name the file itself - the system name. This will be what the file URL will be.
Metadata » Metadata is data within the CMS that describes an Asset. Common fields such as title, summary, or keywords provide quick information about the content contained inside of a particular Asset.
Folders » A folder within Cascade contains a group of related assets. From the Dashboard, the Asset Tree to the left is where your folders and all the assets in the system appear.
Files and Site Navigation » Folders and subfolders automatically create the navigation structure of your website. These appear in the left side vertical navigation and the breadcrumb navigation above the content.
Publishing » Publishing transforms assembled content into standard HTML and sends it to the live production servers. All associated content like images and linked documents are published at the same time.
Move / Rename » The Move/Rename tab will change the name and/or location of the asset. Be sure to follow best practices to avoid orphaned files.
Deleting » How to properly delete an asset without leaving orphan files on the server.
Versions » Cascade Server maintains a full version history on each asset in the system. As changes are made to any asset in the system, Cascade Server keeps track of the changes in separate copies of the asset called Versions.
CMS Template » All UAS website use the same basic template configured for their department information.
Blocks » A Block is a 'pluggable' piece of content that can be easily substituted (with or without styling) into any page region.
FAQ » FAQ - basic questions, answers, and concepts.
Styles » The naming of your Web files and folder(s) makes your site easier for you to maintain. What we are describing here is how to name the file itself - the system name. This will be what the file URL will be.