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Experience: consider that word for a moment. Not the type of experience you gain with repetition, but the contact or encounter you have with something. Suppose you’re buying a new phone. It’s easy to look at the phone with the biggest screen or the fastest processor and say that it’s the best, but what will your experience be? The “best” phone might not be the fastest or the biggest; it might be the phone with the longest battery life or the most comprehensive suite of integrated apps. Or it might not be any of those things. Experience isn’t always something that you can quantify with specs or features.

Liferay takes the experience factor very seriously when it comes to site and content management. The Web Experience Management suite is focused on providing the best experience for users building websites. When it comes to web experience, just like with your phone, everyone is looking for something different. Some smartphone users might love watching videos during their commute with a big beautiful screen, while on the other side, some people might be more excited about a small sleek phone with a great battery life that fits easily in their pocket and simply does all the basic communication they need.

Liferay’s Content Management is the big beautiful phone and the sleek utilitarian one all in one. Marketers will find easy to use tools to build content without having to write any code or peak under the hood. Developers will find powerful tools like Structures and Templates that enable them to create dynamic content. And designers will love how Fragments and Content pages provide a way to perfectly realize their designs.

Authoring Content: Structured and Inline Content

The primary goal of Content Management isn’t to show off the flashiest new features or follow all the latest trends in design, but to provide you with the tools you need to create digital content...

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Building a Site

A site is a set of pages where content or applications are published. Sites can be independent or serve as an associated organization’s website. You can create as many different sites as you like...

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Creating Web Content

Web Content Management (WCM) helps users who are not web developers publish content with a simple point and click interface, while enabling developers to create complex templates with dynamic...

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Organizing Content with Tags and Categories

Tags and categories are two important tools you can use to help organize information in Liferay Portal. These tools help users to easily find the content they’re looking for through search or...

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Publishing Content Dynamically

Most content types are Assets. In the Creating Web Content tutorial, you examined the most common type of asset: web content. Other types of assets include blog posts, wiki articles, message board...

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Configuring Widgets

Just like siblings have common features inherited from their parents, widgets that ship with Liferay Portal also share common features. These include look and feel, exporting/importing app data,...

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Staging Content for Publication

Today’s enterprises generate an enormous amount of content. You can use advanced publishing tools to make the content available for users. Staging is an important way to do this. The concept of...

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Restoring Deleted Assets

Have you ever had that life-altering experience where you deleted an important file and immediately regretted deleting it? The deed is usually followed by a palm to the forehead or a sick feeling....

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