Content Fragments allow you to create channel-neutral content, together with (possibly channel-specific) variations. We.Retail (as available in an out-of-the-box instance of AEM) provides the fragment Arctic Surfing in Lofoten as a basic sample. This illustrates that:
- Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) content fragments are created and managed as page-independent assets. They allow you to create channel-neutral content, together with (possibly channel-specific) variations.
- You can then use these fragments, and their variations, when authoring your content pages.
For the full documentation on creating, managing, using and developing content fragments:
Content Fragments and Experience Fragments are different features within AEM:
- Content Fragments are editorial content, primarily text and related images. They are pure content, without design and layout.
- Experience Fragments are fully laid out content; a fragment of a web page.
There is a sample content fragment, Arctic Surfing in Lofoten, together with related visual assets, in the folder Arctic Surfing in Lofoten:
- Navigate via Assets, Files, We.Retail, English, Experiences, Artic Surfing in Lofoten:
You can select and edit the Arctic Surfing in Lofoten fragment:
Here you can edit and manage your fragment using the tabs (left side panel):
To illustrate page authoring with a content fragment the Arctic Surfing in Lofoten content fragment is referenced in a Sites page:
- Navigate via Sites, We.Retail, Language Masters, English, Experience, Arctic Surfing in Lofoten:
For more details see:
- Working with Content Fragments
- Learn how to create, edit and manage your Content Fragment assets.
- Page Authoring with Content Fragments
- Use your Content Fragment when authoring a page.
- Developing AEM - Components for Content Fragments
- An overview of the components for Content Fragments.
- Developing and Extending Content Fragments
- Information to help you develop and extend Content Fragments.