Glossary

(X)HTML Editor Provides a rich WYSIWYG editing environment to create and format content within an XML page.
Ancestor Refers to page(s) above the currently selected page in the site tree.
Ancestor Navigation Link(s) referencing nodes one level or more above the current page.
Archive Storage of Ingeniux pages in a Microsoft SQL database.
Assign To Administrative function that associates the selected page with another user.
Assignment List A catalog of pages for which the current user is responsible.
Check-In Process of submitting changes to the CMS, prior to publishing a page.
Check-out Process of requesting permission to make changes to a page.
Child Refers to a page existing one level below the currently selected page in the site tree.
Child Navigation Link(s) referencing nodes below the current page.
CMS Client Application used to build, manage, and publish content by connecting to the BYU-I Web Builder.
Component Contains content that can be used in multiple pages of the site.
Content Store A collective term for the XML pages that make up the site.
Dependencies The connections between pages.
Design-Time Server/BYU-I Web Builder Used by content creators to build, manage, and publish content. (Also known as the Development Server.)
Edit Pane Displays the selected page and provides the interface for editing, if the page is checked out and assigned to the user (or the user has administrative rights to the page).
Element The smallest logical piece of an XML file represented by tags, e.g. .
Enhanced Real-Time Monitoring PeerSync scanning operations that track, in real time, a list of files in two directories and ensure the files contained in those directories are the same.
Exports Send XML data (beyond xID, URL, schema, and name). Exports are configured to be included within a navigation. Local exports apply to a specific element; global exports apply across all pages in the site. Used by administrators only.
Full Access Allows the specified group the ability to modify the node (and the nodes inheriting this permission).
Full Publish Deletes the contents of the Publishing Target, then publishes all pages checked in and marked for publish for a given publishing target.
In-Context Edit (ICE) A rendered preview of a page that allows changes to content; re-rendered after an edit completes.
Incremental Publish Publishes selected pages and their dependent pages to the publishing target.
Mark for Publish Tags a page for publish; tagged pages are published on the next full publish.
Navigation Part of a page that provides a link to another resource.
Page Creation Rule Specifies a page template used to create a new page and its location within the site tree; used in conjunction with workflow to simplify the creation and management of content.
Page Template/Schema XML page used as a predesigned format or structure for creating new pages; specifies the element types and their attributes.
Page Types Specifies a particular page template to use when creating a new page.
Pages XML files created from templates; each contains content, a unique XID, and a Layout Attribute which points to a specific style sheet.
Parent Refers to page(s) existing one level above the currently selected page in the Site Tree.
PeerSync Third-party utility used to replicate published pages from the publishing target to the Run-Time server.
PeerSync Profile Specific set of jobs and global configurations using the same service account. An Ingeniux installation should only need one profile.
Permissions The functions a given user group is able to perform, e.g. view the site tree, delete pages, create pages, etc.
Preview Applies the specified stylesheet to the current page, rendering the page as it would appear on the Run-Time server.
Publish Initiates the processing of a page by Ingeniux CMS to ready it for posting to the live, world-facing site; the process of creating XML pages in the Publishing Target for later replication to the Run-Time server.
Publishing Target Sub-directory of the \xml\pub directory to which pages are published; specified during an incremental or full publish.
Read-Only Access Allows the specified group to view the node (and the nodes inheriting this permission) without allowing edits.
Recycle Bin Stores deleted pages. Pages can be restored if the Recycle Bin has not been emptied.
Revert (to Prior Version) Action to restore a previous version of a page via the History tab and the versioning function. See also Rollback.
Rollback Restores the page to the last checked-in version of the page, removing any changes made since the last check-in. See also Revert.
Run-Time server/Live site Public-facing website (whether to a department, company, university, or the Internet) that serves content published by the Design-Time site. (Also known as the production server)
Sibling Refers to a page existing on the same level in the site tree as the currently selected page.
Sibling Navigation A link to a page at the same level in the site tree.
Site Folder Hierarchical representation of site assets (pages, components, etc.).
Site Tree Logical representation of page relationships organized into ancestors, siblings, and children.
Start Page Attribute of an ancestor navigation element which indicates the highest-level node to pull into the navigation; navigation stops one page below the page specified.
Static Directories Directories containing files not edited by the CMS. These directories are: Documents, Images, Media, PreBuilt.
Static Directories Job PeerSync job designated to replicate content between static directories on the Design-Time and Run-Time servers.
Stylesheet File used to format an XML document.
Unmark for Publish Prevents the selected page from being published.
Upload Function that allows a user to place documents, images, media, or other binary files onto the static directories of the Design-Time server.
User Groups Associate users into logical groups to which permissions are assigned.
Users Accounts with access to the Ingeniux system; a user must be a member of a group to perform any functions.
Versioning Provides for the storage of a predefined maximum number of previously checked-in versions of a page.
Workflow A logical sequence of workstates through which a page must move before being published.
xID A unique identifier assigned by the CMS.
XML A document using tags to give logical structure to the content without containing any formatting information.
XSLT Stylesheet language used to format an XML document.