Add, edit and delete content. Use workflows and manage collections. The Plone User Manual will introduce all typical end user activities.
Administrator / Hosting Documentation
Plone is available on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, BSD and other platforms.
Extend and enhance the behavior of your site with community provided add-ons.
Tips on hosting, security, setup, caching. Understanding the Plone stack.
Tips and instructions on how to upgrade from one Plone version to another. Includes extensive information on updating add ons to work with new versions of Plone.
Developing with Plone
Plone ships out-of-the-box with a simple and functional design.
For a final Plone page you might want to apply a different design.
Learn how to customize or create one.
Add-ons enhance or modify the behavior of your site. Learn how to create one and use it.
Guides, manuals and information for Plone developers.
Contributed tutorials and how-to documents on almost every topic. You can also submit your own content — or help improve the existing documentation.
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Plone documentation is written and maintained by volunteers from the community. If you find something wrong in a document, please submit a ticket to the Plone issue tracker. If you want to contribute documentation, add it to the Knowledge Base or contact the documentation mailing list.