- About the Content Management Guide
- How the Project site is run
- The MODX CMS
- The MODX manager
- Working with resources
- Working with Articles
- Using the document content editor
- Find more help
The Content Manager User's Guide sets out how to use the MODX content manager to add and maintain content on your website.
You don’t have to be a technical expert to read this document. It’s designed for people who put words and images and audiovisual material on a website day after day, not the people who deal with the site’s machinery.
This document is not designed for people who want to set up a MODX site from scratch, modify MODX security or build web applications in MODX. For that, use the MODX website and forums, and Bob Ray's book MODX: The Official Guide. But technical users can get a good overview of the system’s user interface by working through this guide.
David Walker, the creator of this Content Management Guide as a Word document, has kindly given me permission to port it to an HTML document on my site. And, since this Guide was designed to be modified to conform to any given installation's configuration, I have taken the liberty of making a few modifications of my own, such as adding the chapter on TVs. I hope this Guide is useful.
The Content Manager Guide was created by David Walker of Shorewalker DMS (firstname.lastname@example.org). It relies heavily on two earlier works whose content has been used with permission:
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