Pages are at the core of the CMS. Each page is a representation of collected content, as every item on a page (text, images, digital media) is stored as content in the CMS repository. This allows content to be reused (permissions permitting) on other pages in other sections of the CMS.
The CMS Authoring Environment is where you manage your Web page content. The authoring environment provides you with a easy to use Web-based interface to edit Web pages andupload digital assets to the built-in Digital Asset Management (DAM) system.
Adding or Removing a Page
Instructions on how to add in and remove pages from the CMS repository.
Choosing a Template
Information on available page templates and how to select the right template for your needs.
Editing a Page
Instructions on how to edit a page and add in new content.
Working With Page Content
Learn how to find, move and modify content.
Renaming or Moving a Page
Instructions on changing page properties and page hierarchy.
Activating a Page
An overview of what happens when you activate a page.
Information on page versioning and content restoration.
Adding Content to the DAM
Instructions for uploading digital content (images, PDF's, photos) to the DAM
Managing Digital Assets
Learn how to organize your Digital Assets