A guide is a webpage that you can use to add and share content. Each guide can be organized into pages, each page containing boxes of content items (such as text, links, images, databases, etc.). Patrons can find your published guides listed on your LibGuides homepage, but they can also search your LibGuides site for relevant guides.
If you subscribe to LibGuides CMS, guides can also be organized into groups. Each group has its own homepage and friendly URL, allowing users to visit that group's guides directly. In addition, each group can also have its own look & feel, which will be applied to the guides in that group.
The following diagram provides an overview of how content is organized in LibGuides. Read on to learn more about creating guides and adding content.
From the bird's eye view, it can be helpful to think of each guide as a collection of pages, each page containing boxes, which contain different content. So the three elements that make up the LibGuide are listed here in their nesting order starting with the largest:
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