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All content in Bricolage is some sort of Story, and they are roughly analogous to pages.
That’s an over simplification.
But a useful one when you are just starting out with Bricolage. The basic concept is you create a new Story with the Bricolage Interface, you Publish the Story, and Bricolage creates an html file out of it.
- Every file output by Bricolage comes from a Story or is a Media File.
- There can be many different Story Types, each with it’s own Template.
- Not all Story Types have to have end up as pages on your web server.
- If the Template doesn’t generate output, Bricolage will not create the file (Blank Templates work great)
- Pages can be made up of multiple Stories
— Originally written by Jason Brackins