Follow these instructions:
After you have been successfully authenticated within the backend interface you will be able to create new web pages. To do that, select the function "Content Management - New page" on the left side of the interface. You can now set the desired attributes of your new page. Especially you probably wanna set the link name and page title as well as several meta attributes (those are relevant for search engines). To create the virtually content of the page you have a powerful WYSIWYG-editor on your side. The editor provides all common known features from word processing applications. As an advise, always use the provided formats of the editor when formatting headlines (for instance Heading 1 or Normal). The effective look of the headlines and text should then be defined in the theme (the design and layout of the website). This method is very important on how search engines analyze your website. Headlines which in general are based on keywords that best describe or summarize a certain page will get a higher rated by the search engine due it is marked as such one (setting the format Headline 1 on the headline will put it within a H1 HTML-tag).
The architecture of Contrexx is based on those elements:
So called themes are biuld in XHTML and define the layout of the website. The output of the several features of Contrexx is then put into the XHTML source code using placeholders.
Hint: Check out the official repository of Contrexx themes
The modules are developed in PHP and provide the base of the function set. The core system provides the basic features like the output of pages, the site navigation, a sitemap etc. A module consists of a backend and a frontend section. The backed is used by an administrator to manage the module and the frontend is what the visitor will see in the end when he visits that part of the website that uses the according module. Finally the content templates act as in interface between the modules and the theme. The template defines how the output of the module should be displayed within theme.