Keyword Index / GUI (6)
Using The GUI First, log in to the GUI - http://yoursite.com/gui - on your website. To add now a page in a certain location, you can navigate to the desired location in the site browser (on the ...
Caching is essential to speed up your site and should generally be enabled. However under some circumstances you might want to disable or clear your cache. The GUI provides an easy way to change your ...
Automad is designed to be extremely configurable. All custom settings are stored in the JSON data format in /config/config.json and serve as overrides for the default configuration. The initial ...
Disabling The GUI
It is recommended to use the web-based graphical user interface (GUI) for managing your site. However, in case you refuse to use it and prefer using a text-editor instead, it is possible to deactive ...
You can edit your website's content in two ways - via a convenient web-based GUI or simply using a text-editor and a file browser. Automad supports the Markdown Extra syntax for formatting and ...
Shared Content & Settings
Some content or settings should be available across all pages, for example the site's name or the site's theme. So basically this place is designed to group all variables, media files, logos and ...
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