||The site ID. A site identifier is a two-letter abbreviation, e.g. ru, en.
||Indicates whether the site is active or not. Inactive sites cannot be viewed (they become unavailable).
||The name of the site.
|Parameters identifying a site in the public section
||If checked, the site is the default. The system open the default site whenever a visitor tries to view the site
by its domain name (
||One or more domain names of the site.
||The path to the site folder. The system kernel allows the following URL types to identify sites:
- relative (
/en/) - for different site mirrors of the same domain
name controlled by a single system;
- absolute root (
www.site.com) - for different sites controlled by a single system;
- absolute (
www.site.com/en/) - for isolated mirrors and/or sites controlled by a single
||The site sort weight. Defined the site position in lists.
||The language used to display text context of the site.
||The short date format used by this site, e.g.
||The long date format (including time) used by this site,
e.g. DD.MM.YYYY HH:MI:SS.
||The page encoding used by this site. The value defines the
encoding type with which the page text is to be rendered. The encoding depends on the language chosen.
||The arbitrary site name.
||The URL of the server on which the site runs. Used in mail messages to identify sender (e.g. for automated
|Default e-mail address
||The default sender address. Used in the From field.
|Path to the web server root folder of this site
||The path to the web server root folder of this site. Clicking the link insert current
inserts the current root folder path.
If all sites run on a single web server, leave this field blank.
|Create e-mail templates
||With this field, you can create e-mail templates which will be used to generate e-mail messages:
- don't create - no templates need to be created;
- link to existing site templates - allows to use templates of one of currently existing sites;
- copy from site templates - create new templates by copying templates of one of currently
| This section allows to define conditions which will stipulate the use of site design templates in
||Shows available site templates. Click the button
to preview the desired template.
||The condition sort weight. Defined the position of the condition in this list, thus affecting
the order in which conditions are applied.
||The type of condition which, when true, will cause the corresponding template to be applied:
- File or folder: a page or section for which the template will be used;
- User group: one or more user groups for whom the site appearance will be
directed by the respective template;
- Time period: the date or a date range during which the site will be displayed
using the respective template;
- URL parameter: a parameter in URL which, if present, will cause the respective
template to be applied;
- PHP expression: arbitrary expression in the PHP language.
||The condition itself. Depends on the selection in the previous field.|
this field blank to make the template applied by default.