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As with other LogicModules, existing websites can be edited. In this support article, the general steps for initiating website configuration edits are discussed. If you are looking for detailed information on the configurations available for editing, see Adding a Web Check or Adding a Ping Check, depending upon the type of website check you are editing.
To edit a website:
Note: If you are editing a Web Check with multiple steps and would like to edit the settings for a particular step, you must do so from the Steps tab, as discussed in the following section.
To edit the URL or request and response settings for a particular step in your Web Check, you’ll need to open the Steps tab; these settings are not available from the general Manage dialog. From the Steps tab, steps can be edited or added, as highlighted in the following screenshot.
To delete a website:
You can Import/Export a Website as a JSON file for sharing or versioning purposes.
To export a Website:
For Web Checks, upon selecting “Export”, you will see a confirmation dialog that displays all fields that will be exported, excluding scripted fields in scripted Web Checks. We highly encourage users to tokenize sensitive information as a security best practice (see below).
Note: The Password field in Web Check steps will be emptied if it is not tokenized upon export.
In order to tokenize sensitive fields, simply set the field’s value as a property in the Manage dialog (e.g. password=ABCD). Then, in the field you wish to tokenize, set the property’s name as a token (e.g. ##password##). Upon export, all property values will emptied to ensure your sensitive information is not exported.
Note: As with DataSources, any property name that includes “password” or “.pass” will be masked.
To Import a Website:
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