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help.php in registratie_carem https://bitbucket.org/microwebedu/registratie_carem.git | 95 lines | PHP
  1. 		$pages = array(
  2. 			'/dashboard/composer/write' => t('Composer lets you create and publish pages (such as blog posts) directly from your Dashboard. At least one Page Type must be enabled for use Composer, and at least one block needs to be included in Composer via Page Type Defaults.'),
  3. 			'/dashboard/reports/statistics' => t('View graphs showing recent site traffic, registration, page creation and downloaded files.'),
  4. 			'/dashboard/reports/surveys' => t('The results of completed survey blocks are logged here. Find out what your users have submitted.'),
  5. 			'/dashboard/reports/logs' => t('View a record of errors your site has encountered, and a log of outgoing email messages sent by your site.'),
  6. 			'/dashboard/pages/themes' => t("Themes change the overall design of your site's pages. Activating a theme will apply it to every page in your site. Preview allows you to see how your content will look when the new theme is applied. Inspect lists the Page Types a theme uses. Customize allows you to change certain properties of your theme's styles, if allowed."),
  7. 			'/dashboard/blocks/types' => t("All blocks currently installed on your site are listed here. Custom blocks that you've developed will appear under Awaiting Installation' until you install them. Click any block to find information about usage and refreshing a block's database tables."),
  8. 			'/dashboard/system/environment/logging' => t('View emails your site sends, as well as error messages PHP and MysSQL erros returned as your site runs.'),
  9. 			'/dashboard/system/environment/debug' => t('Choose between having error messages appear on the page where they occur (as you might want to do while developing a site) and hiding them from site visitors by saving them in your log (as you might want to do if your site is active).'),
  10. 			'/dashboard/system/mail/method' => t("Set concrete5 to use an external SMTP server, instead of the default PHP Mail function, for sending email."),
  11. 			'/dashboard/system/permissions/ip_blacklist' => t("Block users at specific IP addresses from logging into your site. Blocked users can still view pages that are visible to guests."),
  12. 			'/dashboard/system/basics/icons' => t("Upload an image that will appear in the address bar when visitors go to your site and in the bookmark list if they bookmark it."),
  13. 			'/dashboard/system/basics/site_name' => t("Even if you change your website's logo, the Site Name is used in some emails."),
  14. 			'/dashboard/system/registration/profiles' => t("Display information about your concrete5 site's users, on a public page."),
  15. 			'/dashboard/system/registration/postlogin' => t("Determine where users should be redirected to after they login."),
  16. 			'/dashboard/system/seo/statistics' => t("Turns tracking of page views, file downloads and user registrations on or off. These are displayed on your site's Dashboard > Reports > Statistics page. If your high-traffic site experiences performance issues, you might consider disabling statistics tracking and investigate the use of an alternate, third-party solution for tracking site stats."),
  17. 			'/dashboard/system/permissions/site' => t("Control basic, general parameters for viewing and editing your site. Viewing Permissions makes your site's pages accessible to all users, registered-users-only or administrators-only. Edit Access controls which groups can edit pages, when logged in. For more granular control, set permissions on pages individually from Page Properties, or enable Advanced Permissions for even more granular control."),

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