Edit and delete a dynamic content item

Edit, approve, and publish the content of a dynamic content item

  1. On your dynamic content type page, open the dynamic item for editing in one of the following ways:
    • If the item does not have children items, click the item you want to edit.
    • If the item is a parent of other items, click the Actions link of the respective item.
      From the dropdown list, click Properties.

      NOTE: In the right of the page you can see the current status of the item that you have opened for editing. You can also see the author, the time and date of the last update, the publication date, and a link to all existing versions of the item.

  2. Edit the field that you want.
  3. When you are finished, perform one of the following:

Delete a dynamic content item

You can delete an item in the following ways:
  • On your dynamic content type page, select one or more items and click Delete button in the toolbar.
  • On your dynamic content type page, click the Actions link of the respective item.
    From the dropdown list, click Delete.
  • When you edit an item, click More actions » Delete.

A dialog box appears where you must confirm the deletion.

If you activated the Recycle bin module, the dynamic content item is not permanently deleted, but moved to the recycle bin. You can later restore or permanently delete the item from the recycle bin. For more information, see Recycle bin.

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