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Web Page Composer 7.0

The Web Content Management capabilities of the SAP NetWeaver Portal are provided by Web Page Composer (WPC). This new tool enables your business users to manage most of the business-relevant WCM tasks (for example creating and updating web sites, pages, and content) in an easy and effective way without the involvement of administrators or portal experts. Only the necessary and technical tasks (for example creating additional page templates, layouts and styles, offering application content) are dedicated to appropriate people in your IT department.
On this page you find information on Web Page Composer based on SAP NetWeaver 7.0.

Overview

Introduction to Web Page Composer (eBook)   Source: SAP
Learn more about the Web Page Composer (WPC), its background and its function. This flashbook gives you a brief introduction to Web Page Composer - SAP's new tool for building, maintaining, and publishing web pages in the portal. It focuses on the most interesting capabilities and major building blocks and how they work together.

Frequently Asked Questions (Wiki)   Source: SAP
This Wiki page offers a consolidated view on frequently asked questions about Web Page Composer.

Installation, Configuration and Administration 

End User and Admin Guide   (in Help Portal)
The standard product documentation for end users and administrators about Web Page Composer.

SCN Article: Optimizing the Cache Settings of Web Page Composer 
Do you want to optimize the performance of Web Page Composer? Read this SDN articleabout the different cache services affecting Web Page Composer and their recommended settings to ensure performance-optimized rendering at runtime.

SCN Article: Access for Anonymous Users
Are you building a portal-based internet scenario using Web Page Composer which provides access for anonymous users? This article presents a step-by-step solution with recommended settings for accessing Web pages and content with an anonymous user.

How-to Guide: Custom Page Layouts 
This guide describes step-by-step how to create custom page layouts for Web Page Composer. In addition, you can download the corresponding demo project for SAP NetWeaver Developer via this download link.

How-to Guide: Section-based Page Layouts
This guide describes step-by-step how to create a section-based page layout for Web Page Composer, which provides much more flexibility within different sections of a Web page. In addition, there's a download package (ZIP-file) which includes the page layout preview images and the corresponding demo project for SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio.

How-to Guide: Custom Web Forms
Do you want to create custom Web forms for Web Page Composer? This guide describes step-by-step how to create a new Web Form. The corresponding download package contains two demo xml/xsl files and a demo project for SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio.

Development

Integrating TinyMCE as alternative editor component for Web Page Composer
Do you want to integrate TinyMCE as alternative HTML editor for the Web forms of Web Page Composer? Take a look at this SCN article about the exemplary integration of the feature-rich TinyMCE content editor by using the WPC Editor API.

How-to Guide: Implementing Custom Editor Components for WPC
Do you want to provide custom Web form elements for Web Page Composer? Take a look at this guide by Tsanko Aleksandrov describing step-by-step how to implement editor components and integrate them into a Web form.

Additional Information

Web Page Composer – how easy it is to create and publish a web page (Part III)   (Blog)
In this first part of the Web Page Composer blog series we'll give a short introduction to Web Page Composer and talk about the basic concepts behind this new tool.

Web Page Composer - the XML Editor Framework (Part II)   (Blog)
The second part of our blog series about Web Page Composer (WPC) focusing on the new XML editor framework that handles the new web forms.

Web Page Composer – how easy it is to create and publish a web page (Part III)   (Blog)
This part of the WPC blog series focuses on the process of building web pages using the WYSIWYG page editor of Web Page Composer.

Web Page Composer - Web Page Layout (Part IV)   (Blog)
This is the fourth part of our blog series about Web Page Composer (WPC) focusing on the use and the creation of custom page layouts.

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