Brightspot CMS User Guide

Global site settings


The Global site has many settings that serve two purposes: configuring Brightspot and providing defaults for lower levels in the content hierarchy.

The following settings apply to most versions of Brightspot; however, your version may have different settings.

Global settings—Main tab







Field
Description
NameEnter the site's name. The site's name appears in several widgets throughout Brightspot.
Site name Site name
Site name in Brightspot widgets
Company NameEnter your company's name. If you do not specify an image in the Company Logo field, Brightspot displays your company's name in the header next to the navigation menu. If both Company Name and Company Logo are blank, Brightspot is displayed next to the navigation menu.
Company name Company name
Company name in header
Company LogoEnter your company's logo. Brightspot displays the logo in the header next to the navigation menu.
Background ImageAdd a background image for the login page. If set to None, a standard Brightspot image appears.
Background image Background image
Background image
EnvironmentEnter the name of your Brightspot. The environment name appears in black ribbon in the header.
Environment Environment
Environment name
Default RoleEnter a default role for new users. When you create a new user, Brightspot does the following:
  • Assigns Permissions to Roles.
  • Selects the default role as the user's role.
You can modify the permission and the default role for each user.

For information about creating roles, see Creating a role; for information about creating users, see Creating a user.
Default Preview URLEnter the default base portion of a URL used to preview content. This field is usually necessary when previewing content in a headless environment. (If you are previewing content in a traditional environment, leave this field blank.)

If not specified, Brightspot uses the Default Tool URL.
Default Tool URLEnter the URL editors use to log in to Brightspot. Brightspot also uses this URL when sending notifications that include links, such as emails or text messages. (Do not append /cms to this field.)
AuthenticatorsSelect the service for authenticating editors attempting to log in to Brightspot.
  • Default Tool Authenticator—Editors log in to Brightspot using standard username and password.
  • Google Tool Authenticator—Editors log in to Brightspot using their Google sign-on.
Basic HTTP AuthenticationConfigure an HTTP authentication challenge that an editor must pass to log in to Brightspot, similar to the following:
HTTP authentication challenge HTTP authentication challenge
HTTP authentication challenge
  • None—No authentication required.
  • Basic Authentication Users—Enter pairs of usernames and passwords. Editors must provide one of the usernames and associated password to log in.
  • Basic Authentication Excluded Path Prefixes—Paths on your site that are exempt from HTTP authentication.
Default Task HostEnter a name or IP address of the default host running all background tasks. For some tasks you can configure different hosts. (For example, some integrations can have a separate task host.)
ThemeSelect the default theme for all sites. You can override this setting at the site level.

For more information about themes, see Theme management.

Global settings—Front-End tab



Field
Description
Cascading Settings AlgorithmSelect the algorithm Brightspot uses to apply settings at various levels in the content hierarchy.
  • Default Cascading Strategy—Settings flow from the global site, individual site, section parent, section, and asset.
  • Landing Cascading Strategy—Settings flow from the site, content type, and asset.
  • None—Settings flow from the global site, individual site, section parent, section, and asset.
Dynamic List Module Cache SecondsEnter the number of seconds Brightspot waits before updating the assets in a dynamic list.
Logos & Icons
LogoUpload or link to your site’s logo. The logo typically appears in the top-left corner of each published page.
Logo front end Logo front end
Site logo on published page
News Publisher LogoRenders a site logo that complies with width and height restrictions for AMP.
FaviconSite’s favicon appearing in browsers and some mobile apps. Use .png or .jpg files.
Favicon IcoSite’s favicon appearing in browsers and some mobile apps. Use .ico files.
Layout
Language MenuConfigure a menu containing a list of languages and associated links. Visitors select from this menu to view the site in different languages.
Language menu showing available locales Language menu showing available locales
Language menu showing available locales
HatSelect an existing hat or create a new one.

For information about creating a hat, see Creating a hat.
NavigationSelect an existing navigation or create a new one.

For more information about creating a navigation, see Creating a navigation.
FooterSelect an existing footer or create a new one.

For more information about creating a footer, see Creating a footer.
AboveConfigure content appearing in the Above block on all pages across all sites.

For more information, see Above, Aside, and Below layout blocks.
AsideConfigure content appearing in the Aside block on all pages across all sites.

For more information, see Above, Aside, and Below layout blocks.
BelowConfigure content appearing in the Below block on all pages across all sites.

For more information, see Above, Aside, and Below layout blocks.
Search PageConfigure a page that lists results when a visitor searches for content.

For information about creating a search page, see Search results.
Type Specific Overrides
Type Specific OverridesConfigure logos, icons, and layouts applicable to specific content types. Configurations in these fields override settings in the Logos & Icons and Layouts clusters.
Action Bar
Default Action BarConfigure the site’s default action bar. Appears on all of the site’s assets unless overridden for a content type.

For information about creating an action bar, see Creating an action bar.
Type Specific OverridesConfigure action bars applicable to specific content types for a site. Overrides Default Action Bar.

For information about creating an action bar, see Creating an action bar.
Ads
Disable All Ad InjectionIf toggled on, prevents any ad feed from injecting ads into assets.
Ad Injection ProfilesConfigure feeds for injecting ads into assets.
  • Component Based Ad Injector—Injects ads between an asset's components, such as the items in a listicle.
  • Rich Text Ad Injector—Injects ads into body text. For more information, see Injecting ads into body text.
Disable Ads Parameter ValueValue in a query string that blocks an ad feed.
Commenting
Commenting ServicesConfigure a commenting services, such as Coral and Disqus, through which visitors can post comments to a site's assets.
Entitlements
Entitlement ServiceConfigure a service that manages entitlements to your site's assets.
Error
Error HandlersList of HTTP error or status codes and associated pages that visitors receive.

For more information, see Configuring error responses.
Form CAPTCHA
ProviderConfiguration for adding a reCAPTCHA control on forms.

For more information, see Configuring Google reCAPTCHA.
Localization
Locale ProviderSelect the level in the content hierarchy that provides the requested language for an asset.
  • None—Uses the locale set on the Brightspot server.
  • Content—Uses the locale configured for an individual asset.
  • Site—Uses the locale configured for a site.
  • System Default—Uses the locale set on the Brightspot server.
For example, a visitor wants to view a page of soccer scores at http://example.com/soccer_es. If Locale Provider is—
  • None or System Default, the visitor sees the page translated into the locale configured on the Brightspot server.
  • Content, the visitor sees the page translated into the locale configured for the asset /soccer_es.
  • Site, the visitor sees the page translated into the locale configured for the site example.com.
Disable Front-End LocalizationIf toggled on, prevents front-end pages from including localization requests configured in Locale Provider.
Open Graph
Default Open Graph ImageSelect the image to appear in social networks when an asset is shared.
Permalinks
Permalink Rule OverridesConfigure how Brightspot generates permalinks for a content type. For each content type, you can configure one of the following rules:
  • Contained Versionable Permalink Rule—Brightspot generates permalinks from a combinations of an asset's version number and slug. Applies to assets of content type Versionable.
  • Default Permalink Rule—Brightspot generates permalinks from an asset's slug.
  • No Permalink Rule—Brightspot does not automatically generate a permalink; editors must manually create permalinks for each asset.
  • Section Prefix Permalink Rule—Brightspot generates permalinks from a combination of the section’s slug and the asset's slug.
  • Type Version Wildcard Permalink Rule—Brightspot generates permalinks from a combination of the item's name and a version number. Applies to assets of content type Type Version.
  • Versionable Container Permalink Rule—Brightspot generates permalinks from a combination of the item's title and a version number. Applies to assets of content type Versionable Container.
For each rule, you can specify how Brightspot resolves duplicate permalinks.
  • Inherit—At the Global level, applies Default Permalink Rule.
  • Disabled—Do not automatically resolve duplicate permalinks; editors must resolve them individually.
  • Enabled—Brightspot appends a number to duplicate permalinks, incrementing the number for each new duplicate.
Podcast Feeds
Owner NameEnter the default owner name for listing podcast episodes on iTunes.
Owner EmailEnter the default owner email for listing podcast episodes on iTunes.
Expiration DateEnter the date after which iTunes no longer redirects traffic to your site's current URL.
Rss Validation Disabled TypesSelect the content types for which Brightspot does not perform RSS validation.
Disable RSS ValidationIf toggled on, Brightspot does not perform any RSS validation.
Podcast Providers
ProvidersConfigure podcast providers and their associated domain names.
RSS Feed
RSS Validation Disabled TypesSelect content types for which RSS validation is disabled.
Disable RSS ValidationIf toggled on, disables RSS validation for all content types.
RSS Settings
Disable FeedIf toggled on—
  • Brightspot stops populating your site’s RSS feed.
  • Removes the existing feed and its previously included assets.
CopyrightEnter the copyright notice appearing in the feed’s copyright tag, which not all RSS readers display.
Default To Atom Auto DetectIf toggled on, the feed is a discoverable Atom feed. If toggled off, the feed is a discoverable RSS feed.
Type Specific Feed OverridesConfigure feeds for specific content types. For homepages, pages, sections, and tags, you can configure the following:
  • Types—Content types to which a configuration applies.
  • Disable Feed—Enables or disables the feed for the selected content types in Types.
  • Render Full Content—Delivers the entire asset—not just a summary—to the RSS feed as plain text.
  • Enabled Feed Item Types—Content types associated with these settings, or leave blank to apply the settings to all content types
The settings in this field override Disable Feed.
SEO
robots.txtCompose lines to include in the site’s robots.txt file.

For detailed information about what you can include in this file, see Robots.txt Specifications.
Social
Facebook UsernameEnter the username associated with the author's Facebook account.
Instagram UsernameEnter the username associated with the author's Instagram account.
LinkedIn EntitySelect one of the following options:
  • None—Brightspot does not display a social link to a LinkedIn account on the front end.
  • Company—Enter the name of the company with which the author is affiliated.
  • Showcase—Enter the name of the showcase with which the author is affiliated.
  • User—Enter the username associated with the author's LinkedIn account.
Pinterest UsernameEnter the username associated with the author's Pinterest account.
TikTok UsernameEnter the username associated with the author's TikTok account.
Tumblr UsernameEnter the username associated with the author's Tumblr account.
Twitter UsernameEnter the username associated with the author's X (Twitter) account.
YouTube EntitySelect one of the following options:
  • None—Brightspot will not display a social link to a YouTube account on the front end.
  • Channel—Enter the name of the channel associated with the author.
  • Custom—Enter the name of a custom channel or video.
Sponsored Content
Sponsored Content Meaning LinkConfigure the default link for sponsored content. When clicking on a sponsored-content link, the visitor sees this page. You can override this link at the asset level.
Advanced
Time ZoneSelect the time zone used to compute the published time as reported in some tags. For example, your Brightspot server is in New York, and you publish an asset at 9:00 AM. In addition, you set this field to Europe/London. In this case, Brightspot renders <meta property="article:published_time" content="2021-03-29T14:00:00.000">, indicating the asset was published at 2:00 PM.
Browser ConfigCompose the browserconfig file delivered to clients from this site.

For information about how to compose this file, see Browser configuration schema reference.
Web App ManifestConfigure the web app manifest delivered to clients from this site.

For information about how to compose this file, see Web app manifests.
Custom Scripts And StylesConfigure HTML elements added to the <head> element, in addition to what is configured in the site's theme. You can send different elements by filtering on HTTP method, URL pattern, and content type. For information about configuring response headers, see Working with custom <head> elements.
Custom Response HeadersConfigure response headers sent to clients in addition to what is configured for the server and Brightspot. You can send different response headers by filtering on HTTP method, URL pattern, and content type. For information about configuring response headers, see Working with response headers.
Disable Smart QuotesIf toggled off, straight single and double quotes in the content edit form appear as curly quotes in published pages.
Strip Query String From Directory RedirectsA client’s request for a resource may trigger a redirect to a different directory. Toggle on this field if you want to strip the query string from the request before the server performs the redirect.

Global settings—CMS tab

Field
Description
After-Save Events
After Save Events ConfigurationConfigure actions Brightspot performs after saving an asset, such as submitting the asset to Apple News.

For additional information, see Configuring after-save events in Apple News.
Analytics
Task HostEnter the name or address of the host running the task for monitoring analytics accumulated by Brightspot.
Page Views SupplierSelect the provider of page view data.
  • None—Page view data is collected by Brightspot Analytics, but not displayed on the Search results page.
  • Brightspot Analytics—Source of page views is the Brightspot server.
  • Google Analytics—Source of page views is Google Analytics.
Disable Analytics HTML Tag WriterIf toggled on, disables the JavaScript that collects page view data. Data remains uncollected until the script is re-enabled.
Broadcast
Global OnlyIf toggled on, editors see the broadcast message only when working in the global site.
Broadcast Message
Configure a message appearing on top of the header.
Broadcast message Broadcast message
Broadcast message
Broadcast ExpirationSelect the date and time when broadcast message expires. If blank, broadcast message has no expiration.
Content Discovery
Disable Site Owner Search FilterIf toggled on, suppresses the miscellaneous sites filter in the search panel. Searches retrieve assets from all sites.
Sites filter in search panel Sites filter in search panel
Sites filter in search panel
Disable Site Owner Query RestrictionIf toggled on, suppresses the site filter in dashboard widgets (such as Recent Activity), and the widget displays assets from all sites.
Sites filter in dashboard widget Sites filter in dashboard widget
Sites filter in dashboard widget
Content Templates
Global DefaultsConfigure globally available templates populated with default values.

For details, see Content templates.
Global ExtrasConfigure globally available templates populated with default values and labeled as a different content type.

For details, see Content templates.
Site Specific DefaultsConfigure site-specific templates populated with default values.

For details, see Content templates.
Site Specific ExtrasConfigure site-specific templates populated with default levels and labeled as a different content type.

For details, see Content templates.
DAM Asset Expiration Settings
(various)Configure emails notifying subscribers of assets about to expire.

For detailed information, see Configuring asset expiration emails.
DAM Document Data Extraction Settings
Extractor ServicesConfigure the service for extracting content from a binary file, such as text from a PDF.
Dashboard
Default DashboardConfigure the default dashboard for all roles and users. Users, roles, and sites with a default dashboard of None inherit this dashboard.

For detailed information, see Dashboards.
ResourcesConfigure a default list of resources for the Resources widget.

For detailed information, see Configuring the Resources widget.
Quick Start SettingsConfigure a list of content types and assets appearing in the Quick Start widget.

For detailed information, see Adding, removing, or "favoriting" items in your Quick Start widget.
Bulk Upload SettingsConfigure the default file type in the Upload Files widget.
Hunspell
DictionariesCreate a list of dictionaries containing correctly spelled words.

For detailed information, see Creating an auxiliary dictionary.
Locales
Custom LocalesAdd language-region-script-variant locales not included in the standard IANA listing. Entries in this field appear in the Available Locales field in the Localization and Translation clusters.

For a listing of all possible elements for configuring a locale, see IANA's Language Subtag Registry.
Localization
Disable Search Result FieldIf toggled on, suppresses the Locales field in search results.
Locales field in search results Locales field in search results
Locales field in search results
Disable Localization Search FilterIf toggled on, suppresses the miscellaneous locales filter in the search panel. Searches retrieve assets from all locales.
Locales filter in search panel Locales filter in search panel
Locales filter in search panel
Available LocalesLocales into which assets in this site can be translated.

For information about translating assets, see Sending an asset for translation.
Notifications
System NotificationsConfigure notifications that Brightspot sends to a listserv email, Slack group, or SMS address. Editors subscribing to those services can listen for the notifications. For example, you can configure Brightspot to send a notification to the Slack channel #publications every time an editor clicks Publish. All editors subscribed to that slack channel see the notification.
Automatic User SubscriptionsConfigure notifications to which users are automatically subscribed. Editors can opt out of these subscriptions.

For more information, see Automatic subscriptions.
Email SettingsConfigure settings for sending emails from Brightspot.
  • Default From Email—From address appearing in emails sent from Brightspot, such as no-reply@brightspot.com.
  • Mail Provider Setting Key—Identifier of an email provider configured on the Brightspot server.
  • Additional Notification Emails—Additional email addresses to which Brightspot sends notifications; applicable only in development environments.
SMS Settings
Configure settings for sending text messages from Brightspot.
  • Default From Phone Number—Phone number from which Brightspot sends text message notifications. Must be a number registered with an SMS service for sending text messages. If blank, Brightspot uses the value configured for Dari.
  • Sms Provider Setting Key—Identifier of an SMS provider configured on the Brightspot server.
Preview
Closed by DefaultIf toggled on, the preview pane is closed by default. (For mobile devices, preview pane is always closed by default regardless of this setting.)
Preview DevicesConfigure a list of devices available in the preview pane. If blank, all devices are available.
Preview TypesPreviews generated by external applications, such as a GraphQL server.
Shared Preview Link ExpirationEnter the number of days after which a shared preview expires.

See also Setting the preview link expiration at the global site level and Setting the preview link expiration at the individual site level.
Read Only Access
Read Only Across SitesIf toggled on, sites with access to an asset have read-only access. For example, an editor working on Site A created an asset and gave Site B access to that asset. If this field is—
  • Toggled on, editors on Site B can view the asset, but cannot modify it.
  • Toggled off, editors on Site B can view and modify the asset.
Disable Site Swap PromptIf toggled off, editors are prompted to swap sites to edit an asset owned by another site.
Site-swap prompt Site-swap prompt
Site-swap prompt
For example, an editor working on Site A created an asset. If this field is—
  • Toggled on, editors on Site B do not receive a prompt to swap sites before editing the asset.
  • Toggled off, editors on Site B receive a prompt to swap sites in order to edit the asset.
RTE
Default Text Overlay CSSCompose default CSS statements for text overlaid on graphics. For example, color: white; sets the overlaid text in white.
Enable Collaborative EditingIf toggled on, editors can modify text simultaneously in the rich-text editor (similar to Google Docs).
Create Paragraph on EnterIf toggled on, pressing Enter in the rich-text editor adds an empty paragraph before starting the new one.
Empty paragraphs in RTE Empty paragraphs in RTE
Empty paragraphs
Create Comment From HighlightIf toggled on, editors can select text and click comment to create a comment from the selected text.
Security
Two-Factor Authentication RequiredIf toggled on, two-factor authentication is required for editors to log in to Brightspot.

For additional information, see Two-factor authentication.
Site Copier
Disallow Site CopyIf toggled on, administrators cannot copy sites.

For additional information, see Copying a site.
Copy ThresholdEnter the maximal number of assets Brightspot copies from the original site to the new site.
Style Groups
Curated Style GroupsConfigure groups of module styles that editors can apply to multiple assets.

For additional information, see Applying a module style.
Suggestions
Number of SuggestionsEnter the number of suggestions appearing in a drop-down list.
Show Suggested Owner Content OnlyIf toggled on, suggestions are taken from content associated with the current asset’s site.
Suggestion ProviderConfigure one of the available providers that returns suggestions.
Translation
Available LocalesSelect locales to which a site's content is translated.
Locale GroupsConfigure groups of locales. If you translate your content to multiple locales, it may be easier to manage them as a group.
Default Service SettingsConfigure the default settings for a translation service. You can override these settings for individual translation jobs. (You can also configure default service settings for individual content types.)
Type SettingsConfigure the default settings for individual content types.
  • Types—Content types to which these settings apply.
  • Completion Action—Action Brightspot applies to a completed translation.
  • Service Settings—Settings for the translation service applicable to the selected content types.
These settings override what you configure in Default Service Settings.
UI
Common TimesConfigure static times for general usage, such as setting a daily column deadline to 3:30 PM. You can have these times appear in Brightspot.
Inline Editing
This field displays the hierarchy of assets that editors can modify using the Inline Editor.
  • All Contents—Editors can modify the asset and subsidiary assets. For example, if an article contains an author, an editor can modify both the article and the author.
  • Only Main Content—Editors can modify the asset but not its subsidiary assets.
  • Disabled—Inline editor is not available.
Editors can override this setting at the user level; for details, see Creating a user.
Recent Revisions Banner ExpirationEnter the number of hours after which an unpublished revision no longer appears in the Recent Revisions Banner.
Disable Search Term HighlightingIf toggled on, the search term in search results is not highlighted in yellow.
Yellow highlight in search results Yellow highlight in search results
Search term highlighting
Enable Calendar Search Result ViewIf toggled on, the search panel includes a calendar view. This view is useful for viewing scheduled events associated with a search term.
Calendar view in search results Calendar view in search results
Calendar view in search results
Display Tabs as Tabs By DefaultIf toggled on, tab labels are always visible in the content edit form.
Tabs in content edit form Tabs in content edit form
Tabs in content edit form
List Gallery Default ViewIf toggled on, the default view for a gallery's items in the content edit form is list. If toggled off, the default view is gallery.
Gallery items, list view Gallery items, list view
Gallery items, list view
Gallery items, grid view Gallery items, grid view
Gallery items, grid view
Disable ShelfIf toggled on, suppresses the Shelf in the content edit form.

For more information, see Working with The Shelf.
Enable Enhanced SEO UIIf toggled on, adds the following fields to the content edit form's SEO tab: Focus Keyword, Focus Keyword Density, and Disable SEO Recommendations.
Retain Search SettingsSet to Retain all settings for each content type by default. Select one of the following from the list:
  • Retain all settings for each content type—Global filters and content type-specific filters are retained for each content type when searching for assets. For example, if you first search for articles with author Brightspot Staff, then search for images, then search for articles again, Brightspot Staff is retained as an article filter.
  • Retain Global filters while changing content types—Global filters are retained when filtering by different content types. For example, if you first search for articles with status Draft and author Brightspot Staff, and then search for images, the setting for status remains Draft, but returning to searching for articles does not retain author Brightspot Staff.
  • None—Search is not sticky. Any new query does not retain filters at any level from a previous query.
Enable GuidesIf toggled on, editors can view and edit production guides for content types and their fields.

For more information, see Accessing production guides.
Enable Pre Publish ActionsIf toggled on, Brightspot provides cues for updating an asset's fields (such as promo overrides) before actually publishing the asset.

For more information, see Pre-publishing actions.
Enable Post Publish ActionsIf toggled on, Brightspot provides suggestions for placing assets after they are published.

For more information, see Post-publishing actions.
Enable Preview To EditPreview to edit allows you to edit assets directly from the preview pane.

Select from:
  • Enabled - enables the preview to edit functionality.
  • Disabled - disables the preview to edit functionality.
See Preview to edit for more information on this feature.
Open Post Publish Actions AutomaticallyIf toggled on, Brightspot displays the widget for post-publish actions after the asset is first published. If toggled off, editors can still access post-publish actions by clicking more_horiz > Post Publish Actions.

For more information, see Post-publishing actions.
Conversation TypesConfigure a list of content types for which the conversation widget is available in the content edit page. If blank, conversation is available for all content types.

For more information, see Sending and viewing messages through Conversation.
Disable Automatic Watch Publish User On SaveIf toggled off, Brightspot adds the editor who publishes an asset as a watcher of that asset.

For more information, see Watch.
Disable Automatic Watch Update User On SaveIf toggled off, Brightspot adds the editor who updates an asset as a watcher of that asset.

For more information, see Watch.
Watching Search Result Filter EnabledIf toggled on, the legacy Watching filter is available in the search panel’s results; editors can filter search results for only the assets they are watching.
Watching Search Filter DisabledIf toggled off, the Watching filter appears in the search panel’s Misc Filters widget; editors can filter search results for only the assets they are watching.
Preset ThemeSelect one of the themes to use for Brightspot. If you select Custom, you can configure the following colors for individual UI elements:
  • Dominant—Editorial toolbar background, field labels.
  • Gray—Tab labels, placeholders, numbers in selection fields.
  • Red—Error messages.
  • Orange—Used in customized versions of Brightspot.
  • Yellow—Field changed since last save.
  • Green—Editorial toolbar border, color of Publish button.
  • Blue—Cursor in field.
  • Purple—Used in customized versions of Brightspot.
For information about using the color picker, see Configuring a theme's swatch.
AppearanceSelect the appearance for Brightspot.
  • Light—The standard Brightspot appearance.
  • DarkBrightspot's Dark mode.
  • Follow OS—The default appearance mode of the operating system being used.
Enable Boxed InputIf toggled on, places a border around fields.
Enable CompactIf toggled on, displays the content edit form with smaller labels and fields, so more of it appears in your screen without scrolling.
Enable Compact RailsIf toggled on, displays widgets in the right and left rails with smaller labels and fields, so more of them appear in your screen without scrolling.
Enable High ContrastIf toggled on, displays Brightspot in a high-contrast mode, improving accessibility and ideal when working outside or with strong ambient light.
Header BackgroundSets the header's background color.
Advanced
Disabled PluginsA list of installed plugins that are disabled.
Extra CSSCompose additional lines of CSS code that impact the Brightspot GUI. For example, the statement label {text-decoration: underline;} underlines all field labels in the Brightspot GUI.
Extra Java ScriptCopmpose lines of JavaScript code that run every time you load a page in Brightspot. For example, the statement alert('Good morning!'); displays an alert message every time you load the Dashboard, content edit form, or any other page.
Disable Configurable Search FiltersIf toggled off, editors can move the search panel’s common filters to a collapsible list.
Enable Trailing Slash ConfigurationSelect the method for appending or removing a trailing slash from a URL.
  • Do Not Change—Incoming URLs not changed.
  • Remove—Removes trailing slashes from incoming URLs unless an asset already exists at the modified URL.
  • Normalize—Changes the incoming URL to an existing one (if possible).
Display Site in Search ResultToggle on to add a Site column to the search panel. This column indicates to which site a found asset belongs.
Enable Cross Domain Inline EditingToggle on to display the Inline Editor for all elements on a page, even those belonging to a different domain. This setting is useful when you log in to Brightspot at one domain (such as bsp.example.com) but publish to a different domain (such as www.example.com).
Show Models Without Handlebars In ThemeToggle on to hide content types in Brightspot that are not supported by the current site's theme.
Default Task HostDefault host on which various background tasks run. Brightspot assumes all background tasks are running on this host unless you specify a different one for a particular task. For some tasks you can configure different hosts. (For example, some integrations can have a separate task host.)