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  • Backups
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  • Clearing WebGUI Cache
    In this book, and in various utilities within WebGUI you'll be asked to clear your cache once in a while. That's usually because your cache has been poisoned by some manual change that you've just done. A poison cache can wreak havoc on WebGUI, and can even cause database corruption, so when you're asked to clear the cache, make sure you do it.
  • Database Links
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  • Groups
    Group management in WebGUI allows you to control access to very specific sections of your website. Users are assigned to a group, and then that group is assigned viewing or editing rights to a page or asset. This is often utilized on subscription sites where paying subscribers are able to access content on a site that is otherwise not visible to the average visitor. You are probably familiar with this concept from the “Security” tab of add/edit asset screens. The “Who can View” field determines the group of users who may view a given asset.
  • Lineage
    Lineage is the way assets relate themselves to each other. Lineage determines where assets reside in the asset tree, and how they are positioned relative to their siblings.
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