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Leading a catalog search

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  1. ChioCS

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    Leading Search offers fast and flexible configuration

    Unlike a standard location catalog that points to a web address folder, a leading Catalog is where you enter the name of the catalog in the web address. Instead of scanning, scooping and downloading the catalogs from the web folder. A leading catalog contains the headers of pre-determine catalogs.

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    To create the leading catalog, use the publishing tools.

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    You can open an existing leading catalog or click on the arrow to create a new leading catalog. Use the plus to pick your catalogs on disk or the globe icon to add a catalog from the web. Enter the exact web address of these catalogs.
     
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    Flexible Views

    By using a leading catalog, you can hash your presentation from your private and public pool of catalogs. You can create a hierarchy of searches by leading your audience into the locality you provide. In this way you are creating a tree of catalogs base on your own perspective.

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    Note, you can mix and match between typing a leading catalog or pointing to a web folder.

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    You can also leave the leading catalog address empty. In this case when you publish, it will filled up this field and takes whatever you open or save in the publishing process. Make sure you upload the published copy (in the publish folder).
     
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