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These procedures are intended as a quick guide (high-level) to the key actions of authoring page content in AEM.

They:

  • Are not intended as comprehensive coverage.
  • Provide links to the detailed documentation.

For full details about authoring with AEM see:

A Few Quick Hints

Before giving the overview of specifics, here is a small collection of general tips and hints that are worth bearing in mind, especially if you are used to the classic UI authoring environment.

Sites Console

  • Create
    • This button is available in many consoles - the options presented are context sensitive so can vary according to the scenario.
  • Re-ordering pages in a folder
    • This can be done in List View. The changes will be applied and be visible in other views.
  • Changing your UI

Page Authoring

  • Navigating Links
  • Workflows and Versions are no longer started/created from the page editor; this is now done from Timeline (accessible from the console).

Opomba:

There are a number of keyboard shortcuts that can make the authoring experience easier.

Finding Your Page

  1. Open the Sites console (using the Sites option in the Global Navigation - this is triggered (drop down) when you select the Adobe Experience Manager link (top left).

  2. Navigate down the tree by tapping/clicking on the appropriate page. How the page resources are represented depends on the view you are using - Card, List, or Column:

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  3. Navigate up the tree using the breadcrumb in the header, which allows you to return to the selected location:

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Creating a New Page

  1. Navigate to the location where you want to create the new page.

  2. Use the Create icon and then select Page from the list:

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  3. This opens the wizard that will guide you through collecting the information needed when creating your new page. Follow the on screen instructions.

Selecting Your Page for Further Action

You can select a page so that you can take action on it. Selecting a page will automatically update the toolbar so that the actions relevant to that resource are shown.

How to select a page depends on which view you are using in the console:

  1. Card View:

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    • The card will be overlaid with a tick to show that the page has been selected.

    Opomba:

    Once in selection mode the Select icon (a tick) will change to the Deselect icon (a cross).

  2. List View:

    • Tap/click on the thumbnail for the required resource - the thumbnail will be overlaid with a tick to show that it has been selected.
  3. Column View:

    • Tap/click on the thumbnail for the required resource - the thumbnail will be overlaid with a tick to show that it has been selected.

Quick Actions (Card View/Desktop Only)

  1. Navigate to the page you want to take action on.

  2. Hover your mouse pointer over the card that represents your required resource; the quick actions will be shown:

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Editing Your Page Content

  1. Navigate to the page you want to edit.

  2. Open your page for editing using the Edit (pencil) icon:

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    This can be accessed from either:

  3. When the editor opens you can:

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    • Edit the content of an existing component on the page:
      • Open the component toolbar with either tap or click. Use the Edit (pencil) icon to open the dialog.
      • Open the in place editor for the component with either tap-and-hold or a double-slow-click. The available actions will be shown (for some components, this will be a limited selection).
      • To see all actions available enter full-screen mode using:
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    • Configure the properties of an existing component
      • Open the component toolbar with either tap or click. Use the Configure (wrench) icon to open the dialog.
    • Move a component either:
      • Drag the required component to its new location.
      • Open the component toolbar with either tap or click. Use the Cut then Paste icons where required.
    • Copy (and Paste) a component:
      • Open the component toolbar with either tap or click. Use the Copy then Paste icons as required.

    Opomba:

    You can Paste components to either the same page, or a different page. If pasting to a different page that was already open before the cut/copy operation, then that page will need a page refresh.

    • Delete a component:
      • Open the component toolbar with either tap or click, then use the Delete icon.
    • Add annotations to the page:
      • Select the Annotate mode (speech bubble icon). Add annotations using the Add annotation (plus) icon. Exit annotation mode using the X at top right.
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    • Preview a page (to see how it will appear in the publish environment)
      • Select Preview from the toolbar.
    • Return to edit mode (or select another mode) using the Edit drop down selector.

    Opomba:

    To navigate using links in the content you must use Preview mode.

Editing the Page Properties

There are two (main) methods of editing page properties:

Publishing Your Page (or Unpublishing)

There are two main methods of publishing your page (and also of unpublishing):

Move, Copy and Paste, or Delete Your Page

  1. Navigate to the page you want to move, copy and paste, or delete.

  2. Select the copy (and then paste), move or delete icon as required using either:

    • Copy:
      • You will then need to navigate to the new location and paste.
    • Move:
      • The wizard will open to collect the information needed to move the page. Follow the on-screen instructions.
    • Delete:
      • You will be asked to confirm the action.

    Opomba:

    Delete is not available as a Quick Action.

Locking Your Page (then Unlocking)

Locking a page prevents other authors from working on it while you are. The Lock (and Unlock) icon/button can be found:

For example, the lock icon looks like this:

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Accessing Page References

Quick access to references to/from a page are available in the References Rail.

  1. Select References using the toolbar icon (either before or after selecting your page):

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    A list of reference types is shown:

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  2. Tap/click on the required type of reference to show more details and (when appropriate) take further actions.

Creating a Version of Your Page

  1. To open the Timeline rail, select Timeline using the toolbar icon (either before or after selecting your page):

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  2. Tap/click on the up-arrow at the bottom right of the Timeline column to reveal extra buttons, including Save as Version.

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  3. Select Save as Version, then Create.

Restoring/Comparing a Version of Your Page

The same basic mechanism is used when restoring and/or comparing versions of your page:

  1. Select Timeline using the toolbar icon (either before or after selecting your page):

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    If a version of your page has already been saved, this will be listed in the Timeline.  

  2. Tap/click on the version you want to restore - this will reveal additional action buttons:

    • Revert to this Version
      • The version will be restored.
    • Show Differences
      • The page will be opened with differences (between the two versions) highlighted.

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