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After enabling staging (either Local Live or Remote Live) for a site, you’ll notice additional options provided on the top Control Menu (Staging Bar) and also in the menu to the left. These new menus help you manage staged pages. Most of your page management options have also been removed; now you can’t directly edit live pages. You now must use the staging environment to make changes.

Click the Staging button to view the staged area. Management options are restored and you can access some new options related to staging.


Figure 1: You can see the new staging options added to the top and left of your screen.

To test out the staging environment, add the Bookmarks widget and then click on Live from the top menu. Notice that the Bookmarks widget isn’t there. That’s because you’ve staged a change to the page but haven’t published that change yet to the live site.

Next, you’ll learn the basics of staging content.

Staging Content

When you’re on the staged site, you have several options in the Staging Bar to help start your staging conquest. Site Pages Variation: lets you work in parallel on multiple versions of a staged...

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Advanced Publication with Staging

Once you’ve finished your changes on the staged site and want to publish them, select the Publish to Live button from the Staging Bar. To configure advanced publication options, select the Switch...

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Managing Content Types in Staging

When managing content in Staging’s Advanced Publication menu, there are several factors to consider when preparing your content for publication. As described in Advanced Publication with Staging,...

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Staging Processes and Templates

When you make a staging publication, it’s captured as a staging process and stored for future reference. You can manage these processes by navigating to the Staging option located in the Product...

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