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Additional editor windows

In edit mode you can switch to advanced editor modes: "Search", "Statistics", "Counters", "All the attributes". To do this, click the arrow to the right of the link "Edit" and choose the appropriate link in the drop down menu.


This window is used to find nodes having specific value of some attribute. You should select the attribute from the "Attribute to search" dropdown list and enter the value you want to find in the "Value for search". Selector "Domain", as usual, makes it possible to limit the search zone to one of values: The current node; crown (default), a children nodes, a sibling nodes, sibling nodes with crowns. The domain calculated relative to the node, which is selected in the inspectors.

Once the settings are made for search, simply click "Search". Search results are displayed below the form. For each node, which satisfies the conditions, shown node title, link to it and the text around the found attribute value.

When using this tool to remember:

1. If "Attribute to search" is a language-dependent, searching carried out for the current language version (as specified selector panel editor).

2. "The value to search" can start with symbols of operations = > < >= <=. The should be a space after the symbol of operations. Everything that comes after a space is perceived as a value for searching. If the symbols of operations is set, this operation will be applied during the search.

3. If the operation does not set explicitly, then for the numeric data types used operation "=", and all other data types – operation "string containing the value". To check the full match of the strings the operation symbol = should be explicitly set.

4. For text attributes field "value to search" can contain text, which consists of several lines. Breakdown of rows literally perceived as ordinary characters, and taken into account in the searching.

5. Special case of "Attribute for search" is the value Smerecash. This language-dependent text value, which does non the node attribute as such, but contains smerekashed text. Thus, you can search the full HTML code of the generated pages (of course provided that these pages have been requested and cached).


This window provides statistics for the node content. It contains a table with four columns: node title, the number of nodes, the number of attributes, the total amount of data.

In the first row places values for the current node (the eigenvalues, excluding child nodes). The following lines show cumulative values for child nodes and the last line – the cumulative values for the current node (i.e. value for the entire crown).

The column "Number of attributes" contains a number of optional attributes alone. Required attributes (like id, node class…) are not counted. Column "Data size" contains the approximate amount of data for all attributes. Both columns reflect the total value for all language versions of all attributes.


This window allows to analyze statistics of the node use. It provides data from Smereka server counters (clearly, these counters must be enabled).

Organized like a window "Statistics": the first column of the table contains the node titles, and the next – data counters, such as "View", "Print", "Edit". For each of the counters are given values for each language and the sum of all the language versions (if there are two or more). If you have registered more counters, they will also be displayed.

The last row of the table contains the cumulative values for the whole crown of selected node.

It should take into account that the window gives an instant snapshot of the number of hits and has no means of tracking trends in the download.

All attributes

This is a very simple window. It contains two tables. First is the required attributes table, and then – similar table for optional attributes. They contain the attribute name, data type, language (for optional attributes) and attribute value.

For text attributes, the data size is displayed (as reference). Clicking on this link, you can view the data.

You must comply with that any node can have essentially any attribute, and Smereka editor provides access not to all available attributes, but only to those defined by node class. Through in this window you can view really all attributes attached to this node, which may help in difficult cases of attributes conflicts.