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Some QAs about SiteCore - Part 2


Q.What is an Item?
 An item is addressable unit of content. Addressable means that the item has a path in the Sitecore Content Tree.

Q.Editing text on the page is called? Inline Editing with Page Editor.

Q.Why do designers use Page Editor? Designers use Page Editor to make design changes. Page Editor features Design Mode.

Q. Describe the anatomy of the Ribbon in the Content Editor.
The Content Editor Ribbon consists of Tabs. In each Tab are Groups. In each Group are commands. The Content Editor Ribbon is customizable. Users can hide Tabs as well as create their own tab featuring various commands.

Q. Name two text editors.
Rich Text and Word. There is also just plain text for multiline and single-line text fields.

Q. Name a few Sitecore interfaces for Developers.
Developers create data templates with Template Manager.
Developers edit sublayouts and layouts with Grid Designer.
Developers use the Control Panel to install packages.


Q.What is Grid Designer?
The Grid Designer shows the static binding (declarative syntax) of controls to sublayouts and layouts. The Grid Designer also allows for Developers to statically bind controls, create tables and add HTML markup.

Q.What is Template Manager?
 Template Manager is a user interface for creating data templates, including field sections and fields.

Template Manager also allows for the assignment of base templates. With Template Manager, it is possible to view all inherited fields. Lastly, with Template Manager, the Builder Options tab is available. You create Template Standard Values with the Builder Options tab and the Standard Values command.
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