Reviewing Changed Pages

Scrivito lets you compare pages that have been altered in a working copy with the corresponding published pages to conveniently examine and review them.

For this, the “Changes” mode switch on the top panel is available. After activating this view mode, the various kinds of changes made to the current page are indicated using distinct widget frame colors and handle icons, depending on the type of the change that was made.

Generally, changed widgets have a blue frame and handle (in the top-right corner), the latter showing a  icon. With widgets displaying a binary object, e.g. an image or a video, the new content is displayed.

To see the published content, switch to it using the working copies panel of the sidebar.

If the contents of a widget displaying pure or styled text has been changed, the added parts have a green background, and the deleted parts are stricken out on a reddish background.

New widgets, i.e. those that have been introduced in the selected working copy, have a green frame and a handle showing a  icon, whereas the frame and handle of deleted widgets are red, the icon shown is , and their background is striped.

A repositioned widget is displayed at its previous as well as its new position. The former is indicated by a red frame, the latter by a green one. The icon shown on both handles is .

For finding the pages to review, the changes dialog from the working copies sidebar panel is available. Also, the pages to which changes have been made are flagged with a  icon on the hierarchy sidebar panel.