Trails App Pages
There are a number of different pages that you can have within the trails app. For each one you will need to setup a content template and a layout.
The trails home page is often used to show a Google map of all trail locations, the search form to search trails and a paginated list of trails.
The Google map can show the markers for the center point of each trail. Some sites also show the line segments for individual trails as you zoom into the map.
Learn how to setup Google Maps for your trail app home page.
The trails list page is usually a continuation of the paginated list of trails from the trails app home page.
Learn how to setup Google Maps for your trail list pages.
The search page can be used to the search form to search trails. Alternately you can use the Search Form API to embed the search form on other pages.
The search results page can show the results from a trails search. It can show a paginated list of matching trails or you can also display a Google map of matching trails.
Learn how to setup Google Maps for your trail search result pages.
The trail detail page shows the information for an individual trail. Often a Google map is displayed showing the individual line segments and feature points for the trail.
Learn how to setup Google Maps for your trail detail page.
This is a public page to allow visitors to edit an individual trail. Under Trails -> Settings you can configure whether or not someone has to be logged in to make changes.
While an entire trail can be edited this page is often used to allow your visitors to add additional trail images to a single trail.
You can allow third party websites to embed trail information into their websites. This view is used to display the content that is embedded via an iframe into their website.
Public users can log into the website to manage their trails, diary entries and view their badges. Below is the list of account specific trails app pages.
This is where they will log into their account.
This page is the landing page for the account. It's where they go when the log in if they weren't coming from a password protected page or another page that requires a log in. If they were coming from a password protected page or another page that requires a log in then they would be redirected back to that page.
This page can be used to show the list of badges that an account holder has earned.
Account Badge Details
This page shows the details for an individual badge that an account holder has earned.
The account edit page shows a form that allows an account holder to update their profile and log in information.
This page allows the account holder to request a password reset if they are having trouble logging in.
Shows a form to allow new account holders to register themselves.
Account Diary List
Shows the list of diary entries that the account holder has added.
Account Diary Detail
Shows an individual diary entry that the account holder has added.
Add Diary Entry
Shows a form to allow the account holder to add a diary entry for an individual trail.
Edit Diary Entry
Shows a form to allow the account holder to edit a diary entry.