Brightspot Content Types Guide

Modules


Brightspot comes with a number of pre-built modules that meet common publishing use cases, allowing you to create and curate content across your site.

Modules enable you to present content in different list configurations, present forms to site visitors, and more. Modules can be shared, meaning you can surface them quickly using CMS search and plug them into many different kinds of pages, ensuring your audience's experience is as seamless as possible as they navigate your site.

A popular way to use modules is to include them in the layout of a page. Examples may include:

  • Including a sign-up form at the bottom of landing page
  • Including a "Latest Articles" dynamic list on the side of an article
  • Including a list of promo modules at the bottom of a landing page

For more information on how to insert modules as part of the layout of a page, see Module placement.

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