Content Page Editor User Interface Reference¶
Using the Content Page Editor, you can add and configure elements in your Content Page. To open the Content Page Editor, click Edit () at the top right of the Application Bar. This reveals the editing toolbar and sidebar, which contain tools and components for building your Content Pages.
The Content Page toolbar contains tools for creating unique user experiences, setting localized translations, switching between edit modes, and more.
Using the Experience drop-down menu, you can create copies of the current page to customize for a specific audience. See Content Page Personalization for more information.
Click on the language flag to access the translation drop-down menu. Here, you can view the status of active languages for a Page, as well as switch between languages to view and edit translations directly. See Configuring Site Languages for more information.
Click the device icons to access DXP’s Responsive Layout Editor, where you can view and configure your Content Page layout for different screen sizes, such as desktop, phone, or tablet. These layout controls include
The Fragments and Widgets and Page Design options in the Content Page sidebar are only available in the Desktop layout.
In the Tablet and Phone layouts, you can further adjust the screen size using the resize handlebar.
Click History () to view changes you’ve made to the Content Page during your current edit session. Use the undo and redo buttons to reverse or restore those changes.
Edit Mode Selector¶
The editing options available in the Content Page sidebar depend on the editing mode you choose.
|Edit Mode||Description||Available Options|
|Page Design||You can design pages when you have permission to update the page and the page content.|
|Content Editing||You can edit content when you have permission to update the page but not the page content.||All options in Page Design mode plus:|
Preview and Publish¶
After making your changes, click Preview () to show the published view of your Page. While previewing your changes, you can select which experience, language, and device layout to view. When finished, click Publish. By default, publishing makes your changes live immediately. However, if you’ve enabled a custom Workflow to direct the review and publishing process, clicking Publish initiates your defined procedure.