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The concept of content

... of these types. Content items are rendered to HTML via so called "formatters". A formatter is a Java Server Page (JSP) where you access the content and use its elements to produce the HTML output. For each type several formatters can exist. They are "glued...


The module system

... , content types, scripts etc. When you encapsulate resources used to build up your website, there are mainly three different approaches, all with pros and cons. A very common approach is to package each functionality in a separate module. That means: One...


The virtual file system

... . The /shared/ folder provides a way to share content or other resources between various sites. When you have more than one site in OpenCms, for example, you run an intranet and an internet web site on your installation, you may want to use the same content, e.g...


Caching in OpenCms

... minimizes the workload of your server, but wrong configuration may yield unwanted results and even break functionality of your website. Because the flex cache is so important, we devtore a whole topic to it. If all the caching mechanisms provided...


Static export

... , if you want to export your whole website and put the static files on a CD or USB-Stick, you should use relative links. rfs-prefix With RFS-rules you can overwrite the global render settings for source sets specified in the rule. Read more about them below...


The Flex Cache

... in the development process, because you can directly check how your application caching behaves after publishing. Make sure you know the FlexCache request parameters so that you can easily clear the cache after you change something in your offline project...


Dependent editor fields

... handler implementation, but you can write your own handlers. class Attributes of <code>&lt;editorchangehandler&gt;</code> Define the editor fields that should be observed for changes. The fields have to be specified by an XPath, e.g., "Paragraphs*/Headline...


Hiding schema elements in the content editor

... users it is hidden. Consequently, if you leave the list empty, the element is never displayed. The <visibility> node takes a third, optional, argument class. If you want to replace the default visibility handler, provide the qualified class name...