Manage Pages in a Channel
There are 2 types of pages in a channel:
- Document-driven pages share a single page layout to present all the different documents of the same type (news articles, blogs, event pages).
- Experience pages are unique to the site in their contents and layout.
In the channel editor, as a Site Editor, you can make changes (add/edit/delete components) to the page layout of document-driven pages. You need to publish the channel to push those changes live.
You can add and edit experience pages in the channel editor, but - like documents - each page is a separate entity that is part of the content, not of the channel.
As a result, as a Site Editor, you can publish or (schedule to) take offline a single page. Scheduled publication allows you to prepare your changes in advance and have them go live automatically. Authors can work with experience pages too but have to request (de)publication. Experience pages support workflow and versioning that includes both layout and embedded content.
You can navigate to a specific page within the site either using the site's navigation menu and links or using the Sitemap:
The Sitemap displays all experience pages in the site in a tree structure based on their URL. The URLs for experience pages depend on configuration. Usually, their URL matches the folder structure in the Content application, starting from the topmost folder that contains experience pages for the current channel. You can navigate the tree or use Search to find the page you want to edit. Click on the page to open it in the channel preview.