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Adobe® Experience Manager Quick-Reference Guide: Web Content Management [formerly CQ] by Shane Closser

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3. Managing Content

Every website is comprised of thousands of pieces of content, which are personalized, assembled, and delivered into webpages. These webpages form the digital experience visitors interact with online.

In this chapter, you will learn how to create and manage pages. The chapter explores the AEM tools that enable content contributors to perform their job duties.

Creating content

Creating content is what Adobe Experience Manager was designed for. Its tools, features, and capabilities help to create websites that are cross-channel and personalized to different audiences.

Note

Both the touch UI and classic UI can be used to perform many of these functions. Throughout this book, you’ll mostly see examples with the classic UI since ...

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