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Site Structure

The following is the basic structure of any new website created using V2 of the WCMS Template.

  • Base Folder - generic contain for all site assets.
    •   _internal - a special folder that is internal to cascade.  Contents are not published
      •   base assets - a folder that contains blank template versions of common assets  
        • Folder - basic folder template w/ a default index page
        • Content Block - basic content block template 
        • External Link - template for external link that can appear in navigation
        • File - basic file upload template
        • Page - template for standard webpage 
      •   content - internal folder where content block will be stored
      •   feeds - folder to place any external data/rss feeds
      •   formats - custom XSLT formats that may be used on your website
      •   indexes - indexes of pages/content types that are used to build custom content components
      •   reports - a collection of basic reports we have setup about your site
      • Google Analytics - V2 Google analytics configuration block
      • Site Information - Basic site configuration block
      •   wysiwyg.css - a CSS file to tell the editor how to display content in the new template (DO NOT DELETE)
    •   assets - folder that contains common published assets
      •   css - site specific and custom CSS files
        • site-styles.css - a CSS file that is loaded automatically on all of your pages 
      •   img - a folder for common shared images used within your site
      •   js - folder for custom site JavaScript files
        •   respond.proxy.gif - a proxy file required to provide support for older IE versions (DO NOT DELETE)
        • respond.proxy.js - a proxy file required to provide support for older IE versions (DO NOT DELETE)
        •   site.js - a site specific JavaScript file that automatically loads on all of your pages
    •  index - a blank page that will serve as the homepage of your website
    •  robots.txt -a file that can be used to modify how search engines interact with your site.