The Experience Manager site created in this article uses editable templates, as shown in this illustration.
The following list describes Editable Templates:
- Can be created and edited by your authors.
- Have been introduced to allow you to define the following for any pages created with the template: the structure, the initial content, content policies
- After the new page is created a dynamic connection is maintained between the page and the template; this means that changes to the template structure will be reflected on any pages created with that template (changes to the initial content will not be reflected).
- Uses content policies (edited from the template editor) to persist the design properties (does not use Design mode within the page editor).
- Are stored under /conf
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