The Content Management System (CMS) has two facets:
- The Authoring Environment: where you log in and manage your site content.
- The published website: which displays your work in the authoring environment.
Within this section, we'll use the term "CMS" to refer to the authoring environment.
The authoring environment provides you with a easy to use, web-based interface to edit content and upload digital assets to the Digital Asset Management (DAM) repository.
In the CMS, you'll work with web Pages. Each page is created using a pre-defined Template and houses content created via Components. Every item on a page (text, images, digital media) is stored as Content in the CMS repository.