The Content Tools screen in the administration view is used to access two different kinds of tools, property tools and element tools.
The property tools deal with the data that is attached to files—the metadata or properties. For example, the title, description, and keywords for a document are not stored in the text of the document. Instead, they are stored in properties that are linked to the document.
To take a look at the properties of a file, you can switch to the explorer view and find the desired file. (In this case, I am looking at the
index.html file in the
playground folder.) Click on the file’s icon and choose Properties from the context menu. This will load the Properties screen. While this displays the most commonly used ...