There are lots of different kinds of content in Cascade. The kinds you will use the most, and that will most impact the look and navigational structure of your site, are pages and folders. It is very important when creating pages and folders that you try to keep things organized. As you build your site, you will likely create dozens (maybe even hundreds!) of different pages, folders and files (like documents and images). If you fail to organize this content in a meaningful way, your site will become confusing to navigate in Cascade and difficult to maintain.
This section will teach you the tools necessary to create folders, pages and files (such as documents and images). Once you've learned the basics of creating assets in Cascade, you'll move on to editing content. Finally, we'll cover publishing the content to your Falcon account.
This section will also cover how the organizational structure of your site affects your navigational menu: How Navigational Menus Work. For most users, this will be the most difficult concept to master, but once you do, you will see that you have a great deal of control over how the information on your site is presented, and that your internal organization structure has a huge impact on how users navigate your site.
If you have any questions about any of the concepts listed here, or if you need some guidance, don't hesitate to contact us.