Content type schema examples
The schema editor includes a set of examples to help you get started. You'll find example schemas covering the core concepts such as numbers, string and localization, how to define slots and the schemas used in our tutorials.
Using the examples
To use one of the schema examples, choose "Content type schemas" from the "Development" menu and click the "Create schema" button.
Choose which schema you want to add to your library and click "Use this schema". In the image below we've chosen the "Text" example.
Clicking "More information" for any schema example will open up its corresponding documentation page.
The schema will already be configured for you. We recommend that you keep all the details the same because some schemas are designed to work together. Click "Create schema" to add the schema to your library.
The schema editor is opened with the schema you selected. From here you can update and register it.
For more information about registering a content see the registering content types page.
A collection of schemas that demonstrate some of the key schema concepts.
A collection of schemas for the Dynamic Content accelerators- content types that you can use in your own projects including banners, sliders, images, text and video.
Schemas used to implement a blog. These are used as examples in the webhook and search sections.
Schemas demonstrating how to use the maps, rich text, image transformation and localization extensions.
Schemas containing definitions that are designed to be included in multiple schemas.
These schema examples include slots set up to contain content created from some of the other example schemas.
Schemas used in some of tutorials and examples.