Using Web Pages
The Web Pages database lets you easily create and store Web pages. You can enter data in Notes' rich text format using the "Web Page" form. You can add Notes doclinks to pages you create with this form to link your web pages together. The Domino server automatically translates rich text and doclinks into HTML for the browser.
If you want to create pages using HTML, use the "Web Page Using HTML" form. The Domino server will not translate pages you create with this form. This is useful if you have existing HTML pages.
Who will use this database?
Webmasters and page designers for corporate Intranets and World Wide Web sites on the Internet.
Where can I find additional information?
Refer to the following documentation database on
Best Practices: Templates and Sample Databases (BPTEMP.NSF)
The default access of a database created with this template is "Reader". Anonymous access has also been set to "Reader". This means that the content of this database is available to anyone who can access your Domino web server with a Notes client. If you plan to enter confidential information in this database, change the Default setting in the Access Control List to "No Access" and grant "Reader" access to specific individuals or groups. You should also change the Anonymous setting in the Access Control List to "No Access" if you enter information in this database that should not be available to all browser users. Give Editor permission to all users who need to create or modify Web page content.
Note: This database template is designed for Domino 4.6