Web portal

User Modules

Task, project & quality management
Contacts and directories module (CRM)
Web management and automation
Human resources
Products, assets and sales
Finance management
Metrics and Measurements

Technical Modules

Sabre plugin module
Enterprise Architect connector

System Modules

The AyMINE Framework Module
System Management

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Web portal

A web portal defines a set of pages on a single domain. Within a CMS, it forms the basis for defining the content of a single domain

Within the portal, you create a space for web pages. The portal allows the complete definition and management of Internet or intranet pages.

For an intranet, the site can only be visited by logged-in users. If the user is not logged in, a window will open asking the user to log in.

How the portal is created

The portal is composed of objects:

Web page

WebPage describes an individual page visible on the Internet or accessible only to logged-in users on the intranet

Web section

A web portal can be divided into sections and these further into subsections. An example is the address https://www.pdqm.eu/services/projects/services. Within this address is the services section. Sections can be further subdivided.


A template is used to define the appearance of a web page


A script is code that generates a web page.

Web page block

A web page can contain blocks that complement the actual content of the web page. Blocks can be inserted on any number of pages

Permission to edit the web portal

For each portal, there is a defined group of people who can edit it and a group who can view and comment on the content but cannot change it.

The permission settings are the same as for business area or project.

Creating a New Web Portal

The name of the portal must exactly match the URL where the portal is accessed, e.g. "https://www.aymine.com" without any additional slash

Good to know

  • The system allows you to define and manage any number of portals within a single account.
  • Individual portals do not necessarily have to have separate domains, it can be a separate section on one domain.
  • To route your own domain (e.g. www.aymine.com ) to a portal, you need to contact the administrators who will direct your domain and tell you how to configure DNS.

CMS for large portals

If you need to [publish a large number of pages](/doc/en
/web/webPortal__LargeScalePortal), e.g. large documentation, we recommend using support for large portals.