Publishing

If your publishing settings are set to Staged, use the Drafts page to manage pending changes/drafts to your products or content.

For example, your product publishing setting is set to Staged, and you change the price of a product in one of your catalogs. In order for the price change to appear on your live site, use the Drafts page to manage when the pending price change appears on your site.

Refer to Publishing Settings for information about configuring your publishing settings.

Note:  Depending on user privileges, you may not be able to publish staged changes. Refer to Users and Roles Settings for information about setting user privileges.

Go to Main > Publishing > Drafts to view the Drafts page, which displays a list of recent unpublished changes to your site’s content and catalog.

From the Drafts page, you can:

Drafts

Kibo eCommerce understands changes to either site content or product content as drafts, and distinguishes between the two types of drafts. Within the Drafts page, you can publish content drafts or product drafts. Refer to Drafts for more information about working with either content or product drafts in Kibo eCommerce.

Content

Go to Main > Publishing > Drafts and select the Content tab. This tab displays a list of unpublished changes made in Site Builder, including site settings, theme updates, and redirects. Use the context switcher to select the site for which you want to view pending changes.

Product

Go to Main > Publishing > Drafts and select the Product tab. This tab displays a list of unpublished changes made to any products in your catalogs, including adding new products and changing existing products. Use the context switcher to select a catalog for which you want to view pending changes.

Publish Sets

Publish Sets allow you to group product and content drafts together in a collection and publish them together at the same time. Publish Sets also allow you to schedule when you want all the drafts in the Publish Set to publish and have Kibo eCommerce automatically publish the drafts on that date and time.

Refer to Publish Sets for more information about using Publish Sets.