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eZ Publish 4: Enterprise Web Sites Step-by-Step by Francesco Trucchia, Francesco Fullone

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The content tree

As we learned in the secondary menu, which is located on the left-hand side of the Content Structure section, we can easily create a content tree by using a folder/object paradigm.

Now let's work on the content tree of our site.

The "Issue archive" section

We decided that we need a container for all of the past and, of course, future issues of our magazine. This container will include folders for each year (2007, 2008, 2009...), which will in turn contain subfolders based on months, into which our articles will be placed.

This simple structure will allow us to easily group the articles by issue, and use the inner functionality of the eZ Publish templating system.

To create the Issue archive section, we need to left-click on the site's ...

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