Use the publish module to publish news, blogs and other content.
|Specifies the list that is used by this module for categories. If specified, users can assign a category from the list to articles. Lists are managed in the
Lists editor in the
Manage control panel.
|The articles list can be displayed as a table, or as tiles in one or two columns.
To create a new article, click
Add Article. To edit an existing article, click the edit icon to the right of the article title.
|The article title, shown on screen. A simplified version of the article title is also used in the Url for the article.
|Article sub-title, shown on screen. This value is used when you want a secondary title for your article. Optional.
|Article summary. If specified, this should be a short summary of what the article is about. This is shown on screen and may also be used by search providers as the output of a search. Optional.
|Specifies an image to display alongside the article content when the article is viewed. Optional.
|Article description. If specified, this should be a longer summary of what the article is about. This is shown on screen. Optional.
|You can set an article to disabled in order to prevent it from being displayed.
|Featured articles are listed at the top of the list of articles which is displayed to users.
|Specifies a date to make the article visible. Before this date, the article is not displayed. Optional.
|Specifies a date to make the article no longer visible. After this date, the article is not displayed. Optional.
The editor is similar to other rich text editors. You can set formatting, bold/italic, insert links to other web sites, page links and image
links, and add lists. If you need to edit Html content directly, click the
Categories from the selected category list are displayed in the categories tab, with check boxes to select or un-select each category for the article. If you have not selected a categories list for the module, the categories tab is not displayed.
You can add any number of attachments to your article. Attachments are displayed as a set of links below the article content.