There are several different schemas (types of components) that allow you to put basic text content on a page. The most common schema is the "Content" component, which provides you with a variety of options to display text. This section will cover how to add basic text, how to add more complex text formats, and how to add text structures to your page.
The following instructions provide an overview of the many different ways to display content using Tridion in the form of component schemas and templates. All of the instructions are accompanied by examples of those templates to help you select the most appropriate presentation for the content you need to add to your site.
Rather than listing schemas and templates as they appear in Tridion, these elements have been organized in groups to make it easier to find information based on the task you have at hand.
Templates like quote boxes, tabs, FAQs, and tables are soecialized text templates for specific use cases. They allow you to display your content in visually interesting ways and can help to break up large amounts of text or data on a single page.
Tridion allows you to add image, video, and audio files to your site through utilizing various components and templates. This section will explain how to add both single multimedia files and galleries to your site. The first step in adding multimedia content is to upload the file(s) to the web. See the "Uploading" section prior to viewing instructions to add multimedia to a page.
There are many available templates which allow you to link to other webpages and information, both within and outside of your website. Links, link lists, buttons, and summaries all can allow you to do so in visually interesting and informative ways.