So, if you want to edit the current site, you have an edit button at the top at your page. And if you click on it you get a menu: Save, Save & Close, Close (without saving the changes), Ribbon. On the screenshot to the left you see the new onsite editing. You can change or insert an image as well (the question mark). That’s a feature what everybody wanted to have, you can see how it looks like, live. No more preview .
If you click on the “Ribbon” button,Â the well knowÂ ribbon stripÂ in the content editor is inserted at the top. You can change the versions, duplicate or navigate thorugh the treeÂ for example. Pretty handy and useful for every content editor.Â Â
Sitecore changed a lot in the security concept, so my Crestone beta comes with a preinstalled starter kit. On the left site you see a couple of new Sitecore roles, “minimal authoring features” for example. Or with “page designing features” – sounds pretty interesting, he? I will write about that in my next entry.
Sitecore introduces three different types of content editor rights: minimal, limited or normal. See the differences in the screenshots below.
Well guys, the time passed and I have to finish. Hope I could give you some insights of Sitecore Crestone. Good night