Our content management system is amazingly powerful and completely flexible, yet still easy to use. Your website uses navigation terms to organize content; each navigation term creates a landing page where you can “tag” your content. Each landing page can have one Overview (like this one) which introduces the content in that section.
In our system “post” is the general term we use for any discrete piece of content that stands on its own. At a minimum a post must have a title; most posts have more information, though: body text, images, file attachments, event dates, videos, etc.
When trying to determine if something is a discrete piece of content, it is sometimes helpful to think about it this way: if someone were searching your site and found your post, would it make sense on its own? Or would it be a bit confusing (for example, reservation information about an event, without the actual event information)?
Creating webforms is easy, and you can even use them for surveys if you like. To begin, you’ll create a post of whatever post type you’d like. Once you’ve created the post, save it and then you’ll be able to add the fields of your choice. There are a variety of field types that allow you to collect plain text (name, address, that sort of thing), email addresses, choices (simple yes/no or more complex grid responses) … you can even allow users to upload file attachments.
Bundle & Blast is our term for creating newsletters, of a sort, that can be emailed out to your contacts. Creating an email blast is really easy, once the content exists on your site.
Email blasts basically consist of a main post that you then “bundle” the other content to. You can think of the main post as an intro, if you like. Then you simply use the Bundled content field (down in the vertical tabs) to add whatever you want to include in your email.