Campsite content is organized in a hierarchical structure, which conforms to the tradition of newspapers and magazines: Publications, Issues, Sections and Articles. Each publication is made up of issues; each issue is in turn made up of sections, which are comprised of articles. A 'breadcrumb trail' of links is present on every screen, which enables quick navigation between different levels of the publishing hierarchy.
For example, after creating a publication named the "Prague Times", by clicking on "Prague Times" in Campsite's list of publications, you enter the list of issues for that newspaper. By clicking the name or number of a particular issue, you enter its list of sections. By clicking the name of a section you enter the article list. By clicking the article title in that list, you can edit the article.
To create a new publication, click Content on the main navigation menu, and then click 'Publications' from the sub-menu. On the Publication List page that appears, click on 'Add new publication'.
If your login account does not have administrator rights, you will not be able to see the 'Add new publication' option. You may need to ask your system administrator to enhance your access rights. Bear in mind, however, that a good administrator would be reluctant to hand over those rights to more than a handful of people. If you are not among those select few, your Publications List will only contain the publications already hosted on your Campsite server.
The Add new publication window has three areas; General attributes and Comments on the left, and Subscription defaults on the right. There's a Save button beneath these areas.
The rest of the fields are related to subscriptions, which you can adjust later if you wish. First, you have to select a time unit for your subscriptions; which could be days, months, weeks or years.
You can set two types of subscriptions: paid and trial. Paid subscriptions have the following properties:
After clicking the Save button, Campsite will confirm that the new publication has been created.
On the right hand side under the "Subscription defaults" fields, there will now be a link "Set subscription settings by country" which will enable you specify different default time periods for individual countries. This link opens the "Subscription Settings by Country" page, which has a link "Set subscription settings for a country".
If you follow this link, it opens a page with a drop-down menu for selecting the country in question, plus fields for the default trial and paid subscription lengths.
Clicking the Save button returns you to the "Subscription Settings by Country" page, which should now show the setting you have just made.