Miscellaneous FAQs

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Contentstack does not provide analytics for the pages of your website. However, you can use any external tool to get the analytics.

You can add custom filters for retrieving content via API calls. When executing the GET calls to retrieve content, you can pass certain queries as parameters. These queries act as filters and fetch all the content that satisfy the specified query expression.

To know more about the queries that can be used to filter out content, refer the Queries section of our API docs.

Contentstack uses CDN which helps to deliver content and implements caching, wherein the CDN maintains cached copies of the resource that have been accessed via API calls and make them available to users for future requests.

Contentstack uses two frameworks for websites – Contentstack Express and Contentstack SDK.

Yes, the Authtoken is unique per user. The authtoken is very important as it is required to perform the write API calls. 

To retrieve the API Key of your stack, perform the steps given below after logging into your Contentstack account:

  1. Open your stack.
  2. Hover on the 'SETTINGS’ tab and select ‘Stack’.
  3. At the right-hand side of the page, you will find the 'API CREDENTIALS’ section under which you will get the 'API Key' for your stack.

To retrieve the Authtoken, you need to log in to your Contentstack account via the login call of the User Session API Request. And, in the response body of the call, you will find your Authtoken.

Markdown is a markup language with plain text formatting syntax. It does not support inline styling (CSS). However, you can input HTML in Markdown. Here's the official Markdown documentation on inline HTML.

You can import content types as well as entries into your stacks in Contentstack. Our documentation provides in-depth guides and video tutorials on how to import content types and entries.

If you are using Contentstack’s web framework, routing is handled by the router that available in the app.js file or the custom plugin of your framework. Learn more about how routing works with Contentstack.

A unique identifier (UID) is an alphanumeric string that is associated with an entity (content type, entry, asset, or field) in Contentstack. UIDs make it possible to address/identify that entity so that it can be accessed and interacted with.

Yes. many external applications can be integrated with Contentstack. Check out the external integrations page to learn more.

Yes. Through plugins and hooks, you can add custom logic to extend the functionality of Contentstack. Learn how this works.