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Site Structure

Once you create an account and define an organization, you can create one or more sites that are the top level entity for your applications.

Within a site you define versions, only one of which is publicly active at a time, to allowing for staging of updates.

A site can have many themes that are a bundle of page templates and resources.

Application users (members) are managed at the Site level and are shared between versions.

Within a site version you define end points that map to a url (including wildcards), that are executed when the url (e.g. is requested by a client.

An end point can serve a page template from the active theme for the site version, and/or execute code that implements your workflow.

Event actions let you define actions that are performed when a huge range of events occur, triggered via end points or background jobs, or time based. They can execute email templates and scripts.

To connect to with other cloud services you enable and configure integrations.

Read about the console where you define and manage sites, or jump directly to a specific section: