Developers and content creators can leverage Solodev CMS to create and manage various web files related to various digital projects.
We will provide a high level overview of the various file types supported in the Solodev CMS system.
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the markup language used to create the foundation of any web page. In addition to uploading html files to Solodev CMS, users can create and edit html files natively via Solodev’s WYSIWYG or code editor. HTML files can be inserted into STMLs using Dynamic Div Technology.
An acronym for hyper-text-markup-language and the extension for web pages.
An abbreviation for an HTML file.
In the Solodev, HTML files are not web pages. HTML pages serve as content blocks that can be organized and embedded into STML pages via Solodev’s Dynamic Div technology.
WYSIWYG editor in use for an html file
The source code for the page displayed above can be edited with the code editor by clicking the Source button.
Template Files (.tpl)
Template files allow users to reuse blocks HTML code for each section or page of their website. In addition, template files allow users to harness the power of nested layouts creating drop zones with Dynamic Div technology that can be embedded into STML pages. Templates allow users to utilize more complex html syntax than is possible with the WYSIWYG editor. For more information about template files, please refer to the documents listed below:
Users can place and specify the display and design of several different types of images throughout their websites. The most widely used formats on the Web are PNG, JPEG, GIF and JPG. Within Solodev CMS, users can utilize photos to create dynamic image-based galleries, sliders, carousels and much more using Solodev Modules which will be covered in a later tutorial. Solodev supports the image formats listed below.
Portable Network Graphics.
Joint Photographic Group.
Joint Photographic Expert Group.
Graphics Interchange Format.
Solodev’s text editor supports a wide range for file types for use. Solodev supports the following ANSCII-based file types.
Cascading Style Sheets. To use css files across all pages, reference the file path in the Global Header Insert found in the Update Website Window.
Extensible Markup Language. Users can leverage xml files to create sitemaps.
Examples of php and xml files are provided below.