As an author you will need to organize your website within AEM. This involves creating and naming your content pages so that:
The structure of your website should be thought of as a tree structure that holds your content. The name of these content pages are used to form the URLs, whereas the title is shown when the page content is viewed from a site visitor.
Before you even begin adding your site to AEM, we recommend thinking about the site structure first. If you are porting your site over from another Content Management System (CMS), then you should think about ways to improve your URL structure. To minimize the impact on SEO rankings, you should create the pages to have the same URL structure that your old site has.
Let's discuss two common terms used when talking about site structure, the parent & child pages.
The Parent Page will show to the left of the right column and its children will display in the right pane. In regards to the example below, "The Basics" page is the parent page of all of the pages to the right of it.
Child pages are the sub-pages that sit below the parent in the site structure. Children can also be parents to other pages for example, in the folder structure below, Create my Content is the child of Learn by Topic and it is also the parent of Build Trust with My Brand.
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