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Getting started

Ibexa DXP consists of the technical platform for developers (including a Web framework, APIs and a Content Repository) and provides a user interface to work with the content and administer the platform.

Ibexa DXP provides advanced editorial capabilities such as in-page editing, creation of block-based Pages, editorial workflow, etc.

Quick start

Ibexa DXP must be installed by administrator. They should provide you with the address of the installation.

To access the Back Office (the editor interface), add /admin to this address. For example, if your website's URL is, you enter the editing interface through

The default administrator account information is:

  • username: admin
  • password:publish

Login screen

The first screen after logging in is My dashboard. It contains shortcuts to most commonly used content: review queue, your drafts, the content you have created, recently modified content, etc. You can select any of these items and view them in detail or start editing them from this point. You can also reschedule or cancel planned publications using the dashboard.

My dashboard

You can always return to the My dashboard screen by clicking the logo in the upper left corner.

The left side menu allows you to move between important sections of the application.

Side menu

Top level sections include, for example:

  • Content gives you access to the content Repository. It lets you navigate the Content Tree, create, edit, move, copy, delete content, etc.
  • Product catalog enables you to handle products presented on the website, including their specifications and pricing.
  • Site enables you to create and edit block-based Pages and manage multiple sites.
  • Admin is the administration panel where you can manage Users, Sections, permissions, etc.

User settings

You can access your User Settings on the right side of the top bar:

User preferences menu

Here you can change your user password and define your user preferences, such as preferred timezone, date and time format, or Back Office language.

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