The administrative interface is the "back-end," or editing view, of your Reason web presence. It allows administrators to create and manage websites, and it is the space where users create and edit site content.
If you maintain multiple websites, you will see the Reason Admin Page (below) upon login. A list of your sites is in the left column. News and information about Reason is in the main content area.
To edit a site, click on the site you’d like to edit from the site menu on the left. This will take to the Site Admin Page for that site.
If you maintain a single site, you go directly to the site admin page upon login.
The Site Admin Page (below) is your home base for managing and editing content on your website.
The left column contains the Content Types Menu (top left area of the Site Admin Page) and the Site Tools Menu (lower left area of the Site Admin Page). Clicking any of the Content Types allows you to add, edit, or delete these types of content. If you administer multiple Reason sites, you will notice that the contents of this menu may differ between the sites. The Site Tools allow you to change your site's theme, view the users who have access to your site, and see statistics on your site visitors.
The main content area of the Site Admin Page displays the Content Types again, along with the number of items in each content type and links to the most recently edited items.