This section gives you an overview of the main tasks that you will be using when starting to author content with Adobe Experience Manager (AEM).
This slideshow (click-through) gives a quick visual overview of using AEM to author your first page. Links to details about the individual steps involved are then provided under Getting Started.
The content in your website is held in a tree-structure. To create or edit a page you need to navigate to the location.
Before editing, you need to create a new page.
For many actions, such as editing, you need to open a page.
Whether your instance already has existing pages or you have just created a new page yourself you can edit a page by:
Once you have finished editing your page you will want to publish (or activate) your page so that it is available to visitors to your website.
It is sometimes easier to copy a page and re-use the content rather than creating everything from scratch again.
Moving and renaming pages is basically done with the same action.
To make previously published (or activated) content unavailable on your public website, you unpublish (or deactivate) the page.
If a page is no longer needed you might want to delete the page.
Every page has properties that you can define to determine aspects of its operation. These can be updated with either UI.