How to name objects using the naming convention in Obtree
WHY DO WE NEED A NAMING CONVENTION?
A website may contain thousands of objects. If objects are named sensibly and consistently according to the naming convention you should be able to locate them easily
Objects can be recycled, this means that the same object can be used several times in more than one page and by more than one website.
If page objects are consistently named this helps them to be tracked by Mtracking. For example if all your pages belonging to the exams section are named country-exams they can all be tracked as one directory.
The naming convention is about common sense and should help you immediately understand the content of the page without looking at the object. For example if a page is named korea-english-young-learners you know what the content of this page is likely to be. If an external link is www.bbc.co.uk - you know that this is a link to the BBC website.
OBJECT NAMING RESTRICTIONS
The name of an object should always be lower case.
Always use hyphen or minus sign (-) when naming objects.
Do not use spaces within an objects name.
Obtree automatically assigns a name using underscores. Please make sure you change this name using hyphens.
Page objects should always begin with the name of your site e.g. bulgaria-arts or accreditation-about-us. If you do not do this Obtree will display an error message.