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The toolbar

Laura Hogenbirk
Laura Hogenbirk
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The toolbar

After logging into your website, a toolbar appears, and through this toolbar, you can access all functions in the CMS


The control screens

When you click on 'beheer' (manage), a screen opens on the left side of the page. Here, you'll find several shortcuts to the most commonly used functions


Clicking on 'pagina's' (pages) opens the page tree of your website. From here, you can easily manage your pages by adding, editing, and deleting them. Find more information about pages [here](link to more information).


Via 'thema' (theme), you can adjust the color scheme of your website. Find more information about adjusting the theme [here](link to more information).

Cogwheel icon

When you click on the cogwheels, a submenu opens. Everything you can set here only affects the page you are currently on. In this submenu, you'll find items like page settings, advanced settings, templates, save as page type, permissions, publication dates, hide in navigation, publish page, history, delete page.

User icon

From here, you can configure everything related to your user, such as user settings and password. You can also log out from here.


Here, you can set the language in which you want to use the CMS.

Back and forward buttons 2018-05-09_15_08_05-Home.png

These buttons are used to undo changes you just made on the page or to redo changes


From 'maken' (create), you can quickly create new pages. There are two options: new page and new subpage. The placement of the page you create depends on the page you are currently on. For example, if you are on the Home page and create a new page, it will be at the same level in the page structure as Home. If you choose 'subpage,' the page will be placed under Home.


View published

When you click on 'bekijk gepubliceerde' (view published), you see how the page looks for your website visitor.

Publish page

When you are satisfied with your changes on a page, you need to publish the page before the website visitor can see your changes. Pressing this button makes the changes available to your website visitor.

Once you publish, the saved changes become part of the active pages, and you can't go back using the redo & undo buttons.

Structure button 2018-05-09_15_09_15-Home.png

If you press 'structuur' (structure), you enter the backend of the page you are currently on. Here, you can add, move, edit, and delete new content.

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