In the previous chapter we looked at some basic ways you can use Liferay to handle your web content. In this chapter we’ll delve deeper into slightly more complex web content management techniques. But don’t be alarmed, it’s not too intense. We’ll cover the following topics:
Web content structures and templates
Leveraging Liferay’s multi-site capabilities
Using page templates and site templates
Allowing users to customize site pages
Creating teams to allow for flexible management of site permissions
Mobile device rules
We’ll examine how web content structures and templates provide additional power and flexibility to the web content management system we saw in chapter 2. You’ll also learn how easy it is to set up and administer multiple sites in Liferay. Next, we’ll learn how you can empower your users to create personal customizations of site pages. We’ll also examine how you can use staging to manage the publication of pages and content on your site. Well conclude with sections on creating teams and rules for presenting site pages to mobile devices. Once finished with this chapter, you’ll be the envy of your peers as they’ll think you really know what you’re doing.