There are 3 different types of content for Bolt. These are Pages, Entries and Showcase.

Login to your Bolt administrator page. You will notice a section called Content on the left-side menu. It contains the different content types that you can create on your website.

If you look just next to this section on the right, you will notice a message. At the beginning, when you install Bolt, there will be no content on your website, so the system will notify you about that. If you are a Bolt novice, it will be easier to install demo content on your website, so you can poke around and get a better understanding of the structure.



Let's start exploring the three default content types that Bolt comes prepacked with are: Pages, Entries and Showcase.

Page: This is a content type that contains the fields and specifications for a generic page.
To add such a content type, move your mouse pointer over the Pages left-side item and then click on the New Page button.



Entry: This is a generic template for an article. It resembles a simple blog post that you can publish on your website. To create this content type, move your mouse pointer over the Entries tab on the left-side menu and then select the New Entry option.



Showcase: This is a content type used to showcase how you can use the predefined field types. a content type used to showcase how you can use the predefined field types. To create such, move your mouse pointer over the Showcases tab and then click on New Showcase.



Congratulations, you know which types of content are available in Bolt
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