Setting up an environment in Maglr can prove to be quite complex. It (ideally) involves a Navigation Environment, domain names and categories. This way, you can always connect your publications to the right navigation interface and domain name, in order to always have the best possible outcome for your publications.
We start with the navigation environment. Here you can set up and design a complete environment in which your publications will be published. This ranges from the color and contents of the side menu to the indexation in Google. Be sure then to set this up properly before actually publishing any project live!
Within these navigation environments, you can set up domains through the domain names settings. Here you will see all of your navigation environments, to which you can attach domains. For this specific domain, the selected navigation environments (and its settings) will then be used.
TIP! Within these domain names, you can then specify which publications should be shown. You can select a specific (type of) publicaiton or even a category. When you choose to work with categories, all publications within these categories will automatically be published to this domain. Very handy!
Initially you would create categories to maintain an overview of all your publications. Besides this, you could then also use categories to automatically publish projects to the right domain.
Eventually you would (ideally) create a project within the right category, so that it will automatically be published to the right domain and (through that domain) will receive the correct navigation environment.
NOTE! Settings you configure for a category, domain or navigation environment will be applied to all connected projects. If you want to split settings or designs between your projects, be sure then to create a new category, domain or navigation environment to keep the existing settings for your already active projects!