How the data entered into the "Performances" form gets disseminated to difference pages on the public web-site.

How the data entered into the "Performances" form gets disseminated to difference pages on the public web-site.

The "Performances" form is the central point of input for the most frequent data. First, the performer would input future performances, including company information and performance dates. For scheduled performances that are not yet public knowledge, one can create the page as "unpublish" and schedule publishing manually or at a specified date.

Once more information is available (pictures, video, audio), the information can get added to the performance page.

The image above shows the different input fields on the "Performances" form, available only to the site editor. The colored boxes indicate the pages where the content will appear (if not empty), for example:

If some performances should not appear on a subset of the summary pages, the web-site editor can choose to exclude these (for example, remove retired repertoire from the Repertoire page).