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In Sitecore, there are two editing environments where you can create and edit the content on your website...
Items are the basic building blocks of your Sitecore website.
A media item is composed of several fields and it always has a file attached to the Media field.
The Content Editor is an editing tool where your content is organized as items in a tree structure.
The Experience Editor is a WYSIWYG editor where you can edit your content directly on the web page.
In the Experience Editor, there are more than one method you can use to navigate to the page or item...
You can manage all your media items from the Media Library.
When you create a new item in the Content Editor, you can create the item as a sibling or a subitem to...
You can create new items and insert them directly on the webpage using the Experience Editor.
Create a new item by copying or duplicating an existing item.
When you lock an item, you prevent other users from editing the same item at the same time.
Edit fields, images, etc., directly on the page in the Experience Editor.
Use the standard Rich Text Editor or Microsoft Word to edit your website content.
Specify, edit, and reset the layout of an item version.
Use the preview functionality to preview your website without publishing it first.
When you edit or create new items in Sitecore, they must be published before they appear on your website...
Create multiple numbered or language versions of any item in Sitecore.
A clone is not just a copy of the original item, but one that inherits the field values from the original...
A clone is a copy of an item that inherits the field values from the original item.
A quick way to identify which template an item is based on.
Check the spelling, markup, and validation of your items before you publish them.
The search engine in Sitecore lets you quickly search through all your items in the content tree.