1.2 - Overview Destinet


If you are logged in, you will come to the Destinet editing tool (Backend).

Destinet control-Panel
Backend is divided into 4 areas:


A - Utility Panel

In the Tools panel you will find important functions that are used to manage the website.

From right to left you will find the following features:


Clicking on this button will provide a 'live' view of the website. All editing elements are removed and the page is displayed as it will appear online with its layout, structure, and content. You can also see all the changes you've made.


A chronological list view with all of the changes that have been made on the website. Did you make a mistake? Just press "Undo".


A new security step in Destinet! You can work on the website without viewers seeing what you're doing. Do you have a typo? No problem! Users will not see it unless you publish it (press the 'publish' button). During editing, a red number will pop up showing how many changes have been made since the last publication.
If you're not finished editing, logout and continue at a later date. The changes will not be visible until you choose to publish them.


Click the 'gear ' icon to access some administrator functions, such as:
  • Page Settings
  • SEO tool
  • Analysis
  • User Preferences
  • ...
Also 'Sign Out' is here


With this button you open the File Manager, an archive of all files used on the website: images, PDFs, Word documents, etc. The file manager looks and functions as you'd expect.
More about File Manager in Chapter 4.


Missing a feature on your website? In the market you may find a module with the required functionality allowing you to easily extend your website.

B - Side panel

View of the entire site structure. You can easily add, move or delete pages, and make layout changes and SEO settings.

More on pages Chapter 2.

C - Module Panel

In the Module panel you will find all available modules. Here you will also find copied and bought modules.

From here you can easily click and drag modules into the page to the desired location.

More about the use of modules Chapter 3.

D - Work area

The main part of the screen is reserved as workspace. Here all the changes take place - you place modules, move them or change the content.

The workspace is divided into several layout columns marked with a dotted line. Within these columns you assemble modules into a finished web.
In the workspace area you'll get a working display of the content and layout where you'll see all the changes immediately.