The pages that we will use in the CMS are not actually complete pages as they lack controls for the overall template items of the header, navigation, and footer. These pages actually refer to the central content of a page — that which lies within the overall page template. Within this page, we can add text, images, static blocks, and widgets to give the page it's core content. As we will examine in this section, you can add some of the same code as you did in the
local.xml file to even manipulate elements outside the core content area, including blocks within the header, navigation, and footer.
To begin, let's look at and alter a default page provided by the sample data installed into a new Magento store.
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