FAQs about Slates and Tablets
What is a Slate?
A Slate is essentially a place holder in a web page, from which you can easily create and link to many additional pages. While some pages, like Teacher pages in school sites are pre-configured as Slates, any other page of your website can also be configured to use Slates. We created Slates, you have never used them before. They represent a totally different way of thinking about web pages. Slates are the journals of writers, the canvas of painters and the printing press of digital publishing. » read more...
How many Slates can you have on a single web page?
Any Single Page in our system can be used as a Slate. There can only be 1 Slate associated with any given page. You can not have 2 Slates on 1 page. A Slate, however, can have many Tablets. Essentially, a Tablet is a new page embedded in the Slate. » read more...
What is a Tablet?
A Tablet is a page of a Slate. You can have many Tablets on a single Slate. If you think of Slates as a mini web site, think Tablets are really where everything happens on a Slate. Tablets are where the story is told. Using Tablets on Slates you can create and link to vast amounts of content from a single web page. » read more...