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Category: Elements

Editing in Smallsite Design involves the creation and editing of element content and attributes, as well as attaching child elements.

1.Navigation article element
Navigation articles, including home pages, can host the cards or gallery facilities which provide prominent visual navigation, but also allow some other content to provide context for them.
2.General article element
A general article has the most flexible content model, allowing most blocks, a glossary and sections, with those able to contains their own.
3.Procedure article element
A procedure article's main child is the Procedure element, though it can be preceded by some explanatory blocks.
4.Test article element
A test article's main child is the Test element, though it can be preceded by some explanatory blocks.
5.Basic block element
Blocks are the full-width elements that provide the structure of and overall aesthetic of an article. Basic blocks are the less complex.
6.Complex block element
Complex blocks have disparate components or child elements only available to them.
7.Media element
Media blocks allow articles to have images, videos and audio.
8.Table element
Tables are excellent for presenting structured information, but that capability makes them more involved to set up.
9.Inline element
Inline elements contain the text for rich text elements, and provide formatting or other functionality.
10.Full stops
Full stops are a little thing, but there can be some confusion about where they should be placed.
11.Diagram element
A diagram provides a fairly basic means of showing relationships.
12.Sequence element
Making presentations on the web usually involves videos, but they are very resource-intensive. A much more flexible and low-resource alternative is the sequence element.
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