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Overview

The Address feature, as the name suggests, lets you provide the country, region and city for the respective product listing. The advantage with the Address field in JomEstate is that after you configure a particular address, it is shared across various components in the Comdev extension.

Based on the depth of levels you want, such as the continent as Europe, country as the UK and region as Wales, you can configure the Address tree to have unlimited levels. The Address feature provides multilingual support. This means you can specify different names based on your language preference. For more information, see Languages.

Creating A New Address

The following image shows the Address Feature screen. To add an address, click Components > JomEstate > Address. Click New to create a new address. 

Screen 1: New Address screen

Let us understand each of the buttons seen on the screen using the following table.

Button

Usage

New

Creates a new Address entry. You must create separate entries for each level of depth that you need.

Edit

Provides the edit mode to make changes to the existing level or titles created.

Publish

Publishes the created address entry.

Unpublish

Removes the entry from the list of published address entries

Archive

Archives address entries that are not used anymore.

Trash

Deletes the address entry that is not required anymore.

Rebuild

Refreshes to incorporate the changes made to the entries in the Address feature.

Address Structure

The structure of the Address tree is maintained as follows in our example. You can create any structure as per your requirement.

 <Continent>

-- <Country>

-- – <Region>

-- – -- <City> 

Editing address entries

 If you want to edit existing entries, you can either click the entry from the Address screen or select the check box next to the entry, and then click Edit.

New Category tab

The New Category tab is seen as shown in the following image:

Screen 2: New Category tab screen

After you click the required entry that you need to edit, you can change the configurations based on the options as seen in the following table.

Options

Usage

Title

Custom Address Field

Alias

URL alias for “SEF/SEO” URL

Parent

Select the parent address entry

Text box

Provide a description about the entry. You can format the text using the formatting options in the text box. You can also insert images or links to URLs for more information.

Toggle editor

Toggle between a rich text box with formatting options and plain text box.

Category Image

Upload an address image

Publishing tab

After you have provided the above information, you can provide the publishing information in the Publishing tab as seen in the following image.

Screen 3: Publishing tab screen

You can change the values for the given options using the following table.

Options

Usage

Status

Based on the status seen here, the visibility changes as follows:

  • Published - Entries are visible on the front-end. 
  • Unpublished – Entries are invisible in the front-end, but can be published later. 
  • Archived – Older entries that are not ready for deletion yet. 
  • Trashed – Older entries that should be removed.

Access

Access level for site users is as follows:

  • Public access grant access to everybody.
  • Registered access grants access only to registered and logged in users.
  • Special access only grants access to users specified as “Special”.

Language

Select the language for the address entry.

ID

Address ID, which can be used in modules, plugins and menus.

Created by

User name who created the entry.

Created Date

Date when the entry was created.

Modified by

User name who modified the entry.

Modified Date

Date when the entry was modified.

Metadata tab

The metadata tab is used to provide metadata information for a particular address entry. The options for this tab can be seen as shown in the following image.

Screen 4: Metadata tab screen

You can change the values for the given options using the following table.


Options

Usage

Meta Description

Meta-description for search-engine listings.

Meta Keywords

Meta Keywords for the search-engine

Author

Content author metadata.

Robots

Robots instructions:

  • Use Global
  • Index, Follow
  • No Index, Follow
  • Index, No Follow
  • No Index, No Follow


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