After you define and activate your dynamic module and create one or more dynamic content types, you can use the module to create content in the backend and display the created content on your website. You can see your newly created module under the Content tab, together with all of its first level content types. You can see the widgets for each content type in page editing mode under a dedicated widgets group. You use your module to create dynamic content items. The fields you have defined for the content types appear when you create dynamic content items.
For more information, see Dynamic modules and Dynamic content types.
Dynamic modules have version history. Use this function to view and compare different versions of a content item. Every time you edit a content item, a version of that content item is saved by the system.
For more information, see Revision history for content items.
To display dynamic content items on your website, the system generates a separate widget for each content type. It is added to the it’s the module’s widgets group.
For more information, see Dynamic content widgets.
For more information about adding widgets on your page, see Add widgets on pages and templates.
You can then choose the way items are displayed by changing the template which the widget uses.
For more information, see Create and edit widget templates.
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