Content authors have several options how to create and edit the actual content of a specific content item.
The Content list on the main menu includes all predefined Sitefinity CMS content types, as well as the ones you created.
When creating content types that are organized in a hierarchy, for example, Blogs and Blog posts, you first create the blog and then the blog posts, displayed in this blog. The blog itself is a container for the blog posts and does not have content per se. For example, you create a blog Summer trips that encapsulates the dedicated blog posts for each summer destination.
NOTE: For Events, Forms, Content block and Forums content types, you create and edit content in the classic interface. For more information, see Reference: New content editing experience and the classic interface.
To create content items:
NOTE: If you have multiple sites, use the dropdown menu in the upper left of the page to select the site where you want to create blogs. For more on multiple sites, see Multisite: Manage multiple sites.
NOTE: If you are creating a media item, see Media content.
NOTE: You might not see the language list when creating your very first post, yet it will be available thereafter. For more information about languages, see Administration: Language settings.
NOTE: If you are creating a content type that has hierarchical structure, for example, a blog, you just enter the basic information to identify your content, such as title and URL(s).
You can create more than version of your content. Every time you edit a content item, a version of that content item is saved by the system. You can thus view and compare content versions, add notes to a version, or delete a specific version you no longer need. For more information, see For developers: Revision history of content items.
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