How It's Done

Add a Section

Add a Section [Adobe PDF, 117 kbs]
You need to add sections to build a site structure. This can be done either from Direct Edit or from the Site Manager interface.

Create a Channel

Create a Channel [Adobe PDF, 128 kbs]
A Channel is required to publish the site content. A channel creates a way for content to be assembled and directed to the actual website or alternative channel.

Create a Group

Create a Group [Adobe PDF, 151 kbs]
Creating Groups can be a useful way to share/restrict assets such as, Template, Styles and Workflows.

General Template

General Template [Adobe PDF, 126 kbs]
Templates are required for adding content to a section.

Direct Edit

Direct Edit [Adobe PDF, 240 kbs]
Direct Edit provides an easy way for end users to manage the site structure and content.

Add Content

Add Content [Adobe PDF, 142 kbs]
Outlines the process of how to add new content.

Section Link

Section Link [Adobe PDF, 132 kbs]
A Section link allow you to create a link from a piece of content to a particular section in the site structure.

Upload File

Upload File [Adobe PDF, 118 kbs]
The Upload File Template allows users to insert links to file uploaded from the Desktop .

Mirror Content

Mirror Content [Adobe PDF, 142 kbs]
Mirrored Content can be useful for displaying the same piece of content in multiple sections but only requires on piece of content to be update.

Approve Content

Approve Content [Adobe PDF, 176 kbs]
Content which has been added or modified must be Approved before it can be published.


Publish [Adobe PDF, 140 kbs]

You can either schedule publication of your channel(s) or run unschedled publish of any channel on an ad hoc basis.

When viewing the list of channels to publish, any currently executing publishes are shown, including scheduled publishes.

Images & CSS

Images & CSS [Adobe PDF, 122 kbs]

How to use images in your CSS file.

Create a Style

Create a Style [Adobe PDF, 120 kbs]

Styles control and standardise the appearance of content on a website. You can use different styles for different pages on your website by assigning styles to sections in the site structure.

A style consists of a header, footer and stylesheet. It can contain T4 tags to allow standard components to be automatically inserted within the style when it is applied.

Media Library

Media Library [Adobe PDF, 153 kbs]
The Media Library is the area within Site Manager which is used to store media files. Various types of files can be stored within the Media Library such as, Images, Word Documents, Adobe PDF Documents, etc.

T4 Style & Title Tags

T4 Style & Title Tags [Adobe PDF, 126 kbs]

How to create a Style in Site Manager and display the Title of each page.

Top Level Navigation

Top Level Navigation [Adobe PDF, 138 kbs]
How to create a link menu for navigation.


Breadcrumbs [Adobe PDF, 202 kbs]
How to create breadcrumbs.

News Content

News Content [Adobe PDF, 163 kbs]
How to create a Template to display news content.

Top Content

Top Content [Adobe PDF, 290 kbs]
The top content includes recent, upcoming or recently modified content in a specific template, found in the full channel, branch or particular section. The top content navigation object can return content from any template (defined in the navigation object properties page) but it can only return content from a single template per navigation object.

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