Pages generated by Web Port are saved in the sub-directory /system/pages/ to Web Port's data folder.
Images can also be organized in a tree structure by placing them in subdirectories for pages. When using .pdf or .htm files, Web Port needs to be restarted to read the files.
The file structure to the left gives structure according to the picture to the right.
To see a list of subdirectories and pages, click the triangle to, right of the menu tree (see picture above).
To create a new directory, go to the directory where the new one is to be placed. Select DIRECTORY/CREATE DIRECTORY in the menu. Name the directory. Then click the SAVE button.
To edit a directory, click on the arrow to the right next to the directory to list its subdirectories/pages. Then click on the directory name at the bottom of the page.
Then select edit:
|Things to edit||Description|
|Name||Directory display name|
|Description||Description of the directory|
|Place||Text describing the directory location|
|Longitude||Used to visualize status of directory content on map|
|Latitude||Used to visualize status of directory content on map|
|Icon||Change from default icon. (Indicated by form /system/…)|
|Map icon||Change from default map icon (Indicated by form /system/…)|
|Order||Display order in the directory tree. 0 = at the top.|
It is also possible to embed portlets in the directory's sidebar. This is done by clicking Add and then selecting the portlet and appropriate settings for it. See Chapter "Portlets" for more information.
To delete a directory, it cannot contain any pages. To remove pages, see chapter "Remove pages". Then go to the above directory and click on the DIRECTORY/REMOVE DIRECTORY. Select the directories to delete and then click the DELETE button.