How are content pages organized?
They are organized by groups that symbolize the place in which they appear in the web. After the FrontOffice layout, a wireframe is designed, which assigns a position to all of the content page groups that have to be displayed on the website and their location on it.
For example, a FrontOffice can have a group of position 1 pages which will correspond to the pages that appear in the head of the website. All the pages created inside that group are going to be displayed in that position. Likewise, it can have a group of position 2 pages for the pages that have to be displayed in the foot of the website or a group of position 3 pages which have the text to improve SEO of the homepage.