[WBB2.31] Site Settings in the WebBuilder

You would need to refresh images in the following cases:

• If ImageMaker has generated images incorrectly or there were some errors while generating.

To refresh images, go to the Site Settings menu and click Refresh Images.

Change Language

Web Builder offers 2 interface languages to work with: Russian and English. To change language:

1. In the Site Settings menu click the Change Language link.

2. Simply choose necessary language from the drop-down box. Interface language will change right away.

Keep in mind that if your website contains any pages, change of language can corrupt these pages. Therefore, you need to Start Over or delete all pages to change the language correctly.

Edit Security Info

You can make your site open to general public or closed (secure). Secure sites are often used by multinational companies to communicate current information to its representatives worldwide, where e-mailing is not appropriate.

To secure specific webpages, you should:

1. Configure access groups and users in the Site Settings menu.

2. Secure individual pages in the Page Settings tab of the specific page.

To configure users or user groups authorized to access your secure site, click the Edit sec. info link in Site Settings:

1. In the Add Users section click the Add button.

2. In the form that appears, enter User Name, user Password and user Full Name.

3. Click Next to proceed.

4. In the Add Groups section click the Add button.

5. In the form that appears, enter Group Name and choose the users to be assigned to this group.

6. Click Next to proceed.

Note: You can delete, edit and change the order of users and groups using the corresponding manipulation buttons.

To secure individual pages, go to Page Settings tab (see Page Settings help section for details).

Edit Info for Search Engines

Web Builder allows to edit description to robots.txt file. This file is used all over the world by search engines to find the match to the search request. Search engine robots check robots.txt file, which is a plain text file, in the root of each server.
Robots.txt implements the Robots Exclusion Protocol, which allows the web site administrator to define what parts of the site are off-limits to specific robot user agent names.

You can leave the following indexing information to the search engines:

• Allow all: allows all robots (spiders) to index your site.

• Deny all: denies indexing your site by robots (spiders).

• Pages to deny: this option allows to deny indexing pages by robots.
If it's the case, go to the "Settings page" of the page you want to deny and select the option "Deny indexing this page by robots(spiders)"

• Allow all known: allows only known robots to index your site.
Here you can also add Additional files or directories to deny. Just enter the file or directory name into the input box.
• Your own robots file: here you can specify your own robots.txt file.
If it's the case, enter robots.txt data into the input box. You can also add additional files or directories to deny. Just enter the file or directory name into the input box.

Make sure to click Next to proceed.

Note: you can edit, delete and change the order of file and directory names that are to be denied.

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