It's now easier to create directory pages in Barista with our integration with the Faculty Database. Instead of manually creating a Person Page for each faculty member, you can now import their data from the Faculty Database. Not only does this save time, but it keeps information accurate across several websites since it's coming from one source.
What is the Summary option and why should I use it? If you use the built-in blog feature in Barista, you've probably noticed that you have two options of how to show your posts on the blog page. One is to show the full post and the second is to show a teaser of each post. Showing a teaser of each post is a great option, because it eliminates a lot of scrolling and your readers are likely to stay on your blog longer if they can quickly see your posts.
Barista has a built-in feature allowing content editors to restrict viewing access on any type of content and it's extremely easy to use. You will have two options with access control. Anyone with a VUNetID The first level of access control is restricting viewing to anyone with a VUNetID. This means exactly that. Anyone with a VUNetID can log in and view the content on your restricted page. To implement this feature, edit the page you want to put behind VUNetID and expand the Access Control box to the right.
Viewing Content Editors If you're already a content editor on a Barista site, you can add and remove other content editors. To view a list of your site's current content editors, select Users from the top black admin bar. In the Users section, you'll see a box for Content Editors. This is where you'll find a list of VUNetIDs of all the Content Editors on your site.
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