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Useful links

Haiku Help - Haiku knowledge based guide

Haiku Service Desk - raise a request, for Haiku users who have access to the service desk

Recommendation for new content - summary of what is required for accessibility
How to make a PDF accessible & how to check a PDF for accessibility
Writing for the web - writing to be read, how to make your text easier to read

General update information

How to Rename a page & update an URL

Page title & URL can be edited using: action > rename > rename all

Page title & URL can also be edited in 'Contents': select 'Rename'

If you want to update the URL of a section that has a page selected as default view, navigate to the section in 'Contents' and select 'Rename' at the bottom of the screen

Note: Haiku will keep the 'bread crumb' path when renaming a page; for a shorter URL, create an Alias instead (on the Edit bar). Any alias must begin with '/'

How to edit a list

Options for lists (News, Event, Profile etc.) can be edited in: Contents > Taxonomy library

How to set up a section visible for users logged in

  • Create a section and pages within, set all as 'Hidden'
  • Under 'Sharing', select Logged-in users = can view

Note: it's possible to create a section accessed through a specific local login. Haiku needs to action a developer to set this us; it would function like a pop up on the browser when you select the section

How to set up a section visible for users not logged in

  • Create a section and pages within, set all as 'Published'
  • Edit the Section: in the tab 'Settings', tick the box 'Exclude from navigation'; all pages within the section need to be included in the navigation.

Note: to access the section, navigate through 'Contents'