Experience Pages are self-contained pages combining content and page layout, adding the option of a page-driven approach to Bloomreach Content.

Their layout can be edited only in the Experience manager, but most actions on experience pages can be performed in both the Experience manager and in the Content application.

In the Content application the actions available for experience pages are the same as those for documents. The differences are described here:

  • [Create an experience page](🔗)

  • [Edit an experience page](🔗)

  • [Publish an experience page](🔗)

  • [Other actions on experience pages](🔗)

### Create an experience page

Like when trying to [Create a Document](🔗), to create a new experience page, you first navigate to the appropriate folder in the navigation area.


The only folders appropriate for creating experience pages are the folder configured as the experience page root folder for a channel and its subfolders.

Then you open the folder's menu and select the desired _Add new..._ option (by default this option will be called _Add new document..._).

In the dialog that appears, apart from a _Document type_ you have to select a _Page layout_ for the experience page 


### Edit an Experience Page

Like for [Editing a Document](🔗), you can update all fields of a page while in editing mode. For a page, these fields represent the content that is embedded in the page and is versioned along with the page layout.


In the channel editor, you can edit both the embedded content and the layout of the experience page

### Publish an Experience Page

Like for [Publishing a Document](🔗), authors can request (scheduled) publication and request (scheduled) take offline for experience pages.

### Other Actions on Experience Pages

Like for [Other Document Actions](🔗), you can move, rename or delete experience pages that are offline.