In Enterprise, articles consist of one or more components, each containing specific content.
Example: A typical article for a newspaper consists of a "head" component containing the header, an "intro" component containing a short introduction, and a "body" component containing the main text.
Figure: The Multi-Channel Text Editor in Content Station showing an article containing a "head" component (A), an "intro" component (B) and a "body" component (C).
Note: This concept only applies to articles that can be edited with the Multi-Channel Text Editor and the HTML Editor, not with the Plain-text Editor.
When creating a new article in Content Station it will contain a default set of components. Once the article is open, extra components can be added or existing components can be removed.