The new Articles feature may be used to publish customized content on the web. Articles are extremely free-form, and may be used to publish any information or content you wish to display.
The new Articles section in the Order Management System is available from the Main Menu. Users with an Access Level of Administrator, Editor, or Layout have full access; Access Levels of Power User or User have read-only access; other Access Levels have no access.
When creating an Article (Articles/New in the Order Management System), specify the Page Name as the primary identifier of the article throughout the Online Store and Order Management System. The File Name completes the article's URL. The full URL takes the form: http://www.nexternal.com/articles/AccountName/FileName.htm where FileName represents the File Name. If you are using a Domain Alias (Settings/Site Options), the URL takes the form: http://DomainAlias/articles/FileName.htm.
The Page Title is the title of the page as read by the user's browser. The Page Title is placed within the TITLE tag in the article's HTML source code. The Content field becomes the body of the article, placed within the BODY tags of the HTML source code.
Additionally, there are several other features available for each Article, which may be used to enhance formatting and usability, and to optimize for search engines. Nexternal strongly recommends that you carefully review the about text (available via the question mark icon) for each field when creating or editing an Article.