What are Fooshules?
Fooshules are groups of like items, which form the basis of the content within a Fooshy driven web page. Some Fooshule examples are 'Content', 'News', 'Members' and 'Gallery'. These Fooshules consist of like items, i.e. the 'News' fooshule consists of News items.
Each type of Fooshule has specific attributes unique to itself along with a standard set of attributes common to all Fooshules.
For example, the Content Page Fooshule has the following attributes:
- Online - Determines whether the item is displayed (published) or not
- Archived - Determines whether the item is archived or not
- Filename - The name of the item in the Content store
- Date Created - Set by Fooshy at time of creating item
- Created By - Set by Fooshy at time of creating item
- Date Last Modified - Set by Fooshy at time of saving changes to item
- Last Modified By - Set by Fooshy at time of saving changes to item
- Page Title - The caption given to the browser window when this page of content is displayed. This is a vital part of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
- Keywords - The keywords supplied to search engine spiders. Another useful tool for search engine optimisation.
- Description - The description supplied to search engine spiders. This is waht appears under your Page Title in the Google results list for example. Another useful tool for search engine optimisation.
- Title - The title on the rendered web page
- Content - The content for the page, typically comprising text, images and posibly other assets, brought together and laid out using the Fooshy Editor)
Using the online Fooshy Admin area, content items belonging to a particular fooshule can be created, modified, copied, archived, set on- or off-line.