Training Videos
UNIT 4: MANAGING CONTENT REVISIONS
UNIT 5: CONTENT MODERATION IN GOVCMS
UNIT 7: MANAGING URL ALIASES AND REDIRECTS
UNIT 9: USING TAXONOMY TO CATEGORIZE CONTENT AND MEDIA
UNIT 10: MANAGING SITE NAVIGATIONS AND BREADCRUMBS
UNIT 11: CAPTURING DATA WITH FORMS
Appendix A - Glossary
About Salsa Digital
Tokens and default meta tags

What is a token

A token is a formatted chunks of text that serves as a placeholder for a dynamically generated value. For example [site:name] serves as a placeholder for a site's name.

How tokens are used to populate default meta tags

Image of search results
The search result screenshot above outlines “tokens” that are automatically replaced by GovCMS when content is created or updated. The tokens in use are:
  1. 1.
    [node:title] - title of the page, taken from the page's Title field.
  2. 2.
    [site:name] - the name of the site (GovCMS in this case).
  3. 3.
    [node:summary] - an automatically generated summary of the page contents. This can be edited by clicking on the Edit summary link above the Body field of a page.