- Adding a Site
- Site Templates
- Creating Site Templates
- Propagating Template Changes
- Configuring Site Template Propagation
- Exporting/Importing Site Templates
- Site Hierarchies
- Site Membership
- Adding Members to Sites
- Inviting Members to Your Site
- Creating Teams for Sites
- Personal Sites
- Exporting/Importing Site Pages and Content
- Default Site Applications
Sites are customizable spaces for building personalized digital experiences. Each Site includes out-of-the-box applications for building custom solutions, such as portals, intranets, e-commerce storefronts, and more. When creating a Site, you can create a Blank Site or use custom and default Site Templates to populate the Site with predefined structures and content. If you’re using Organizations, you can also enable dedicated Organization Sites to develop and manage Sites that meet the needs of each Organization.
By default, Liferay also generates personal Sites for authenticated users. Each user is the sole member of their personal Site and can use it to display and manage their content. If you’re using User Groups, you can create User Group Sites to add predefined Pages to the personal Site of every group member.
Pages, content, and other application data created on the Site-level is scoped to that Site and generally cannot be shared between Sites. However, some data can be shared between Sites in a hierarchy.
Also, configurations at the Site level override configurations at the System and Instance levels. See Understanding Configuration Scope for more information.
Using Sites with Commerce¶
Liferay Sites are used with Channels to create e-commerce storefronts. Each Channel’s Site Type (i.e., B2B, B2C, or B2X) determines how the Site works with Accounts. See Commerce Site Types for more information.