Advanced options

Beneath this tab you have settings for among other login page, error page, and default template for printing.
Screenshot of the tab advanced options

Global web pages

Login page

If surfing to a page which requires login you will automatically be sent to the login page stated here. Remember the login page needs to be public so that everyone can see the page.

You can only have one specific login page for each website.

General error page

If a page is nonexistent you can have the visitor sent to a page with a custom message, adapted to the site.

For example, "Page is unavailable" and offer some links for the visitor to try instead. The error page is used instead of the common "404 Page Not Found" message.

Title settings


Decides the appearance for the titles on the pages on the website.
The default velocity template will write:

  • If the page has a title it will be displayed, otherwise the page name (seen in the navigator) will be displayed.
  • There after there will be a - and the title of the website (if the website does not have a title the name of the website will be displayed).

For websites it works slightly different:

  • The name of the website will be written.
  • There after there will be a hyphen and the title of the website (if there is none the website name will be written)

If you for instance is located on the page Kontakt you will have the following appearance in the browsers top left corner:

Skärmdump på utseende i webbläsaren

To give the page a title, choose Properties ->General -> Settings.

Other options

Allow absolute positioning

Tick if Absolute positioning is to be avaliable for editors. The permission "Add absolute content" have to activated for Abolsute positioning to work.

Move inline styles to CSS file

In SiteVision content is separated from design in the editing mode. On the outside the code is added together. Check this box if you would like the CSS file to be separate.

The CSS files are created each time you visit a page who contains something not already in the CSS file the server has access to. Theoretically the CSS file is not complete until the visitors have visited all pages required to fill in all style attributes located on the website.

The AutoCSS file is a dynamic file which normally is changed during operation. Hence this file can not be used as a reference since it most likely will be different when restarting the service. The classes in this CSS file who begins with c[number] can not be referred to in any html files since these classes can contain anything the next time the service is restarted.

Activate "IE image toolbar"

In Internet Explorer 6 there is an image menu on the image when hovering the image. This is only valid for images above a certain size (not shown on small images). In SiteVision this menu is deactivated by default. Check this box to activate the image menu.

Only allow connections from listed website addresses

If checking this box only URL:s from one of the listed domain names (primary or secondary) are allowed.

Use simple editor for users without "Show sidebar"

Tur on/off the simple editor for all users that don´t have the permission Show sidebar.

The simple editor have to activated to make editing on mobile devices possible.


Here you can inherit templates, image archive, and/or file archive from a parent website.

Advanced buttons

Insert custom CSS

Insert custom CSS

Config media types for CSS file

Config media types for CSS file



In orders to see all settings on this tab you need to have the permission "Site properties".

Denna sida publicerades: 2016-05-11

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