Organisation of Data
The WebBrewery uses three directories, a project directory, a local preview directory and a public directory.
The project directory contains all control files. The page
source files are contained in a sub-directory
The source files provide the content of the web site. They donīt contain redundant information like common layout and navigation elements or actual URLs. The separation of content on one side and templates and project database on the other hand allows you to concentrate on what is important: The information you want to provide to the people visiting your web-site.
The local preview output directory is used for HTML output during development. It allows to check and test the results of the page generation without touching the public versions of your pages. To generate the preview version of HTML output use the command:
The public output directory is used as destination, when generating public versions of your web-site. It can either be the actual directory your web server reads or the source for some mirroring to the location accessible by the web server. This mirroring is not (yet) provided by the WebBrewery. To generate the public version of HTML output use the command:
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