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Page Content Status - What does it show me?

Question:
Page Content Status - What does it show me?
Answer:

The status of your page can be viewed at a glance using the Information Screen.

Click here to Show Me

The Information Screen is displayed under the Version History Tab.

The Version History tab 

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These status indicators take the form of traffic light colours.

Each traffic light colour corresponds to a different status of the page and will give you a quick understanding of what your page is doing:

  • is it live?
  • is it being edited?
  • is there more than one version available?
  • has it been submitted?
The colours mean:

Red  edit   The page displayed is in the editing process and no version has been authorised/published

Amber   awaiting authorisation   The page displayed is awaiting authorisation/publication

Green live   The page being viewed is currently live

Red & Green  live & edit   There is a live (authorised) version of the page being displayed. There is also a version currently in the editing process

Amber & Green   live & awaiting authorisation   There is a live (published) version of the page being displayed. There is also a version that is awaiting authorisation / publication.

If at any time you forget the meaning of the traffic light colours you can roll-over the icon for more information.

The Content Information can also be selected from the Navigator menu.

informationmenuitem 

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