- Last Modified:
- 10 Dec 2018
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TERMINALFOUR allows you to define additional file extensions for publishing various types of content. For example, if you wish to publish a Channel using HTML, PHP and XML, this can be done by creating new file extensions.
The extensions created can be applied to Channels, Page Layouts and Content Layouts. Extensions are defined on a system-wide basis and then selected by channels. For example, one Channel may publish both PHP and HTML and a different Channel can be created to only publish XML.
TERMINALFOUR comes with several pre-loaded file extensions for use in the system. These file extensions are used by a Channel when publishing a site.
To configure the list of available file extensions, go to System Administration > System Settings > File Extensions
Examples of additional filename extensions would include:
When you click File extensions, the existing configured file extensions are displayed.
Create new file extension
To add a new File extension, click Create new file extension and enter the details:
|Allow conflicting updates to file extensions||
It is recommended to leave this unchecked.
If checked, you can create conflicts between Channels, Page Layouts and Content Layouts using alternative extensions. For example, if a page layout applied to a section needs a PHP extension, you can mirror content that requires a JSP extension into the section, creating a conflict.
|Name||Sets the name of the file extension|
|Description||Sets the description of the file extension|
|Extension||Sets the suffix file extension without the dot (examples: csv, xml, php)|