Web Development Concept
Front-end vs. Back-end
In web development, the terms front-end and back-end refer to the separation of the "presentation" or visual layer (the "front-end") of your website from the "data" (content) and application layers (or "back-end") of your site.
In Princeton Site Builder, you can "administer" or configure portions of the front-end such as layout and theme settings as well as manage your content and administer site configurations such as user role access and managing modules on the back-end.
Whether you are managing your front-end or your back-end, you will always begin by logging in to your website.
Manage access control with user roles.
All sites come with a basic search engine that allows your visitors to quickly find content based on keywords.What Content Is Indexed?
At a high level, a search index is a mapping of keywords to content items. When your site indexes a A individual item of content. For example, a page, a news article, and an event are all content items, which correspond to the Page, News, and Event content types, respectively. , it scans its content to create this index, so that when a visitor searches for a…
Use the Test/QA environment to explore features.
Authorized users can log in to your website using their Princeton credentials.
Configure the basic settings for your website.
Learn how content on your site is cached for visitors.
Customize your 403 and 404 error pages.
See responses to frequently asked questions.
Track user interaction and collect basic data from your website.
Link to the documentation or submit a request right from your admin toolbar.
Block your website from public view during periods of website development, redesign or emergency outages.
Redirect a page to another page within your website or external site.