There are two types of Content Delivery:
Landing Pages : Allow you to create entire custom pages with custom URLs. You can specify as many different content areas within the new page and substitute content based on a set of pre-defined custom rules.
Enhanced Pages : Allow you to supply custom content to existing pages. For example, for a page that returns item records based off of search criteria defined within the faceted navigation links you could add a descriptive content area to the top. This descriptive area could be further customized to display different content based off of attributes assigned to the enhanced page content area.
Content administrators create pages with containers to display content and define custom content tags to characterize page attributes such as language, delivery method, geography, or domain. After pages have been designed, new content records can be created with rules allowing users to decide how and when their content is displayed on the website. Users can create rules with various attributes to support marketing efforts or scheduled website changes.
Content is generated as JSON data and can be presented in your NetSuite-powered website, mobile applications, or 3rd party services, such as an externally hosted website or content marketing service.
Anchor Tags are not supported by Content Delivery.
Before defining Content Delivery pages, you must work with your developer to understand initial page design including content layout, content tag definitions, and css selectors used to call the content pages. Good initial planning will simplify the development and maintenance costs of your website and enable non-developers to define custom content when needed.