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Site Performance & Resources
Currently, there are no differences in performance or resources limits between Trial Sites and Live Sites, apart from Trial Sites being idled after 60 minutes of inactivity.
This is done to conserve server resources for inactive Trial Sites. However, Trial Sites will be automatically reactivated upon a new request/visits to the admin or front-end of the site.
(reactivation may take 30-40 seconds before the site loads upon the first visit)
Search Engine Indexing
Trial Sites will automatically enforce disabling from Search Engines by adding no-index meta tags to all pages - irrespective of the 'Show this page for search engines' settings.
This is done to prevent pages being index by search engines while in development.
Once the Trial Site is activated to a Live Site, the 'Show this page for search engines' settings will be honoured and the automatic no-index meta tag insertion removed.
Trial Sites cannot have domain names assigned to them. This is achieved during the activation process (changing a Trial Site to a Live Site).
The Treepl CMS Domain settings allow you to control default domain, landing pages, domain authentication for system emails along with country and cultural settings like number and currency formatting.
- Site Information
Site Information, under ‘Settings’, is where you can set up customised data points for your...
- System Pages
System Pages, under 'Settings', is where you’ll find all those pages required by certain system...
- Payment Settings
Integrate various payment gateways, for multiple countries and currencies, into Treepl CMS for form payments, subscriptions and eCommerce workflows.
- Admin Users
Admin Users, found under ‘Settings’, is where you can control administrator access to your website management and content.
- Admin User Roles
Admin User Roles provide fine-grain control over permissions for users granted with admin access.
- Admin Menu Configurator
Customise the way admin users find and access site content and settings by configuring the admin menu with your own structure, labels, icons and links.
- URL Redirects
URL Redirects, found under ‘Settings’, enable you to set up 301 permanent redirects from a prior, or constructed, URL to another URL (within your domain/s).
- Sitemap.xml / Robots.txt
The Sitemap feature allows you to manage the sitemap.xml content, which lists your site’s important pages/items, their priority and last modified date, in XML format, for SEO and site indexing purposes.
- Trial Sites
Trial Sites are your Treepl CMS development environments for starting new site projects, before you publish to a custom domain name.
- Live Sites
Live sites are your published Treepl CMS instances that have been activated, have commenced a billing subscription and/or have a custom domain name assigned to them.
These various eCommerce settings allow you to further control and customise the way your website functions, both in the admin and on the front-end, in terms of eCommerce functionality.
- Misc Settings
These various site-wide settings allow you to further control and customise the way your website functions, both in the admin and on the front-end.
Configuring these settings will help search engines and accessibility systems better understand the context of your website.
- FTP access
Treepl CMS allows you to access site files through FTP/FTPS. In this article you will learn how to connect to your Treepl website through FTP/FTPS.
- Direct Billing
Allow your customer to pay Treepl CMS directly for their site plan from the admin, as well as activating the site and assign their primary domain name (if the site is still in Trial Site mode).
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