The content component is what you use to write articles.

The content component is extremely flexible and has the largest number of built in views.

When in your site administrator area it is easy to organise your articles into Categories.

Article Categories can have sub-categories, sub-sub-categories and so on and so forth. The "One-up" category being classed as the "parent". The top category having no parent.

If your site is about, for example cars, you might have an article category for cars:

Your cars category can be sub-divided, for example into the following:

  • Ford
  • Vauxhall
  • BMW
  • Audi
  • Peugeot
  • Renault

Sub-categories might include different models, for example Renault parent category might have sub-categories of

  • Megane
  • Laguna
  • Clio

Each of those sub-categories might have further sub-categories of

  • Manual
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • Diesel
  • Electric
  • Hybrid

When you create your menu item Cars you can select the option -

Category List - List all categories (shows a list of all the article categories within a category). In the "Select Top Level Category" box, we choose: Cars

So, when your site visitor selects the Cars menu item, your visitor will then see a list: Ford; Vauxhall; BMW; Audi; Peugeot; Renault.

Any sub sub-categories can also be displayed.

Your list of categories is presented in table format.

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