Manage your content with style


This section is all about how to create and manage content in the manager interface. It is intended for content managers or people who want to get started using Piranha CMS and want a straight forward walkthrough of the different functions available.

For developer guides on how to work with the different entities, please refer to the corresponding section in the documentation.

Pages

Pages are one of the fundamental entities that you use to build your site structure. In this article we take a look at how you create and work with pages in the manager interface and describe the different states a page can have.


Written by: Håkan Edling. Last updated: 2013-09-05 Read more

Page copies

If you're working with multiple sites and want to share content between them, or maybe just want to use an existing page as a blueprint, you can create a new page by copying an existing.


Written by: Håkan Edling. Last updated: 2013-05-24 Read more

Posts

Posts are used to represent content that is not directly placed somewhere in the sitemap, like a blog entry, a news post or maybe a product. In this article we look at how you create and manage posts in the manager interface.


Written by: Håkan Edling. Last updated: 2013-06-05 Read more

Media

In the media-library you can upload any type of content that you want to work with in your applications. The media-files can then be used in pages and posts, either by attaching them or by using including them in the HTML-content.


Written by: Håkan Edling. Last updated: 2013-06-05 Read more

Sites

In Piranha CMS you can create an unlimited number of sites. Sites are containers for structuring pages, and can share pages and other content with other sites. In this article we look at how you create and manage multiple sites in the manager interface.


Written by: Håkan Edling. Last updated: 2013-05-24 Read more

Categories

Categories can be used to tag pages, posts, images and documents. They can be structured hierarchical to more eaisly classify content and have their own permalinks for url friendly routing.