The Research Catalogue currently distinguishes between three different types of editors, with which expositions can be created:
- Text-based editor
- Graphical editor
- Block editor
Given that the more recent block editor covers the same functionality than the text-based editor while being more integrated in the usual graphical editor interface, we strongly recommend not make submissions using the text-based editor.
The graphical editor and the block editor are integrated into the same exposition object allowing users to create different types of pages, which can be mixed inside that exposition. Whenever possible for specific pages, we recommend using the block editor since pages created with it are displayed context responsive. They are much better accessible on devices with small screens. However, pages that need more control over design and location must continue to use the graphical editor.
See the Research Catalogue Extended Guide for more information.