Module Images

All your images at one central location within the system. You can simply manage your images with the Images Module and then add these to your pages, articles or news reports.

The Images view is divided into two columns;

In the left column, you will see;

  • Add folder
  • more actions, see figure 3
  •  All Images
  • Folder Images
  • All subfolders present

In the right column, you will see;

  • Action buttons that allow you to;

    Filter/search images within the selected folder
    Add new images
    Edit selected image
    Delete selected image(s)
    Publish selected image(s)
    More actions, see figure 4
  •  Logout, button to logout

Figure 1


If you select an image, a summary appears at the bottom of the window containing the following information,

Figuur 2

Actions on your folders

You can perform actions on your folders via the option more in the left column, figure 3;

  • Edit Folder, change selected folder name, change template, apply template changes recursive
  • Delete Folder, remove entire folder and content
  •  Change Folder Permissions, set rights of Sitebox users
  •  Duplicate Folder, duplicate entire folder and content
  •  Publish Folder Contents, publish entire folder and content
  • Audit Log, overview of operations on the selected folder

Figure 3

Actions on your images

Chapter 9 of the basic training will teach you how to upload images.

You can perform actions on the selected feed via the option more in the right column.

  •   Rollback, version management, you can roll back changes to a previously saved version
  •   Change permissions, awarding of rights or content can be: viewed, added, changed, removed, published or rights can be adjusted.
  •   Change Scheduling, set date and time of image online/offline
  •   Change Accessibility, access settings; everyone, only registered users, certain groups
  •   Take Offline, take selected image(s) offline
  •   Duplicate, duplicate the selected image
  •   Audit Log, look at overview of operations of the selected image

Figure 4