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Community Pages

1:  Pages


The available pages section provides a listing of all current pages in the community system. Here you can create new pages to add to your website community or modify existing ones.

New page
Creates a new empty in the community system.
Edit
Edit the layout of a page.
Page
Page name.
Template
Page template. The template defines where the various modules are organized on the page.
Private
Indicates if a page is set to private or not. If a page is private, a user must log-in to see the pages content.
Delete
Deletes a page.

1.1:  Creating a new page and choosing a layout

Single Column

This layout allows for a header, footer, banner, and main content.

Two column right sidebar

This layout allows for a header, footer, banner, main content, and 3 widgets on the right-hand side of the page.

Two column left sidebar

This layout allows for a header, footer, banner, main content, and 3 widgets on the left-hand side of the page.

Single Widget Column

This layout allows for a header, footer, banner, 8 widgets.

1.2:  Page layout editing

Page layout editing allows you to add and remove modules from a page. Each box on the page represents a spot on the page where a specific module can be placed. The layouts are determined by the template assigned to a page. Only specific modules can go in certain spots, for example, only footer modules can be placed in the footer. The same goes for headers, widgets, etc. 

Layout Layout locations that are highlighted and have a solid border, means a modules is currently assigned to that location. Layout locations that are faded with a dashed border, means they are empty and have no modules assigned to them yet. 
 

Quick edit
Quickly edit module settings. See below for more details.

Remove
Remove a module from this page. This does not delete the module!
Add
When a layout location is empty, a button will appear in the middle of the location to add a new module. Clicking this button will bring up a dialog to step you through adding a module to the page. See below for more detail.

1.3:  Settings and properties

 

Page name
Update the page name. This is for internal use only.
Private
Change the page to private or public. Private pages require the user to log-in to view the page.
Language drop down
Use the language drop down to change what language the properties are being edited. For example, choosing Spanish, will all you to edit the Spanish title. Only languages being used in the panel and community can be selected.
Title
Update the page title. This is the title that appears to the user in their web browser.


Module quick edit 
The module quick edit button will display a dialog with all of the module's available settings Only settings can be edited here. In order to edit everything in the module, the "CLICK HERE TO ENTER FULL EDIT >>" button will take you to the module's edit page. 

Add module The add button, displayed inside empty locations, will bring up a dialog to select a module to insert. The steps to add a module are as follows:

  1. Choose a module type - This allows you to select a type of module that can be inserted into the location. So a widget location will only display the available widget types.
  2. Choose a current module or create a new one - Once a type has been selected, then a list of current available modules of that type will be displayed. You can choose of of these, or if none exist yet or you want to create a new one, you can click the "Create new <type>" button at the top. This will create a new module of the selected type and assign it to the position on the page.

1.4:  Piping panelists' datapoints into your pages

When editing a page's content, it is possible to dynamically insert a panelist's datapoint that will appear when they visit that page.

In order to do this, you can use the following syntax: 

%DP_LABEL% where LABEL is the name of the actual datapoint. The prefix DP is case-sensitive so be sure that it remains capitalized.

1.5:  Inserting a REGISTER and UPDATE link


Similar to piping in a panelists' datapoints, if you have a Kinesis registration or update survey, you can plug the links for these into whatever community page you'd like.

The syntax for this is would be %REGISTER_URL% and %UPDATE_URL%.

If you are using a Decipher registration survey, then the Decipher survey URL would need to be inserted instead.

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