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Content Information

This will open a View Item dialog box for content.  

  1. In content this is usually the header/name for that element.  If it has no title, nothing will display there.  
  2. Type - Text, Header, Form, Menu/Sitemap, Insert records, HTML
  3. Header - the header text if there is one
  4. Link - Headers can be linked to something (#8 in "General Tab" Header content element), this would show that link
  5. Text- Shows only a portion of the text (no images) of that content element.
  6. Images - This will not show if you have images in a text element.  It was for use with a module we do not currently use.
  7. Width - Currently not in use.
  8. Position - Currently not in use.
  9. Items - If this is an insert records element, this will list the inserted records.  
  10. Columns - what column; left, normal, right or border, this element is in
  11. Start - Date and time that this content will appear if set. (Appears at midnight of date set)
  12. Stop - Date and time that this content will be hidden. (Hides at midnight of date set)
  13. Access - What group has access to this page - we only use this with login pages.
  14. Path - the path in the page tree, not in the site (although one would reflect the other)
  15. Table - this is the table in the database and the unique identifier of this content element's entry.
  16. References to this item - Is this content element linked to or inserted into any other pages, and where.  More on References.
  17. References from this item - if this content element references something else, a file, an email etc. More on References.

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Page Information

  1. Page type - Standard, Shortcut, Mountpoint, Link to External URL, Sysfolder, Recycler, Visual menu separator
  2. Pagetitle - what you named the page
  3. Alias - we seldom use this, but it can be used instead of the unique ID that Typo3 give it.  It must be unique from any other page in your site.
  4. Hide Page
  5. Start - if you do not want the page to show until a certain date
  6. Stop - if you want the page to disappear on a certain date
  7. Access - if the page is a login page we may use this to limit the user to a certain group
  8. URL - if this is a Link to External URL, this is the URL
  9. Target - if you want the page to open in a new browser window, you would put "_blank" in this field
  10. Shortcut to page - the ID of that page (defaults to 0 if it isn't a shortcut page)
  11. Keywords (,) - if you have filled in the metadata, this would be the keywords for the Keyword metatag
  12. Description - if you have filled in the metadata, this would be the keywords for the Description metatag
  13. Abstract - if you have filled in the metadata, this would be the keywords for the Abstract
  14. 'New' until - this is only used as a reference added by the editor to know when the content on that page is no longer "new"
  15. Last updated - again this is a reference that the editor adds to know when the page was last updated.  
  16. Path - the path to this page
  17. Table - the table the page's information is stored in and more important it's unique ID
  18. References to this item -  is this page linked to, or is the content displayed on another page
  19. References from this item -is this page used as a reference by something (like an email)

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