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At Contentful, we build enterprise-grade demos to help customers learn how we can solve their business problems and help them execute their content strategy. This model is a subset of our larger demo, curated for clarity (otherwise it's a big bowl of spaghetti to look at!). You can learn more about this approach in this product demo video on our site.
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Simpler, flatter, and better authoring experience. Import this streamlined version and attach SEO include to your main content entry. v.0.2 with guidance from Kai at NP Digital: SEO Index boolean SEO Follow boolean add fields for the meta robots tag; really needed for SEO on a page level, especially if you want to exclude a page from Google's index Robots.txt is not the best solution, especially if the page is already in the index
Content model for gallery.contentful.com. It's an example photo gallery made using Contentful and 11ty. It's automatically deployed via GitHub Actions and then hosted by GitHub Pages. Data lives in Contentful, code lives with GitHub, and that's all the services you need to deploy and host a static site. Check it out on GitHub.
Testing out the Content Model.io visualization.
One click import to setup verbose SEO models in Contentful. Inspired by Yoast SEO plugin for Wordpress.
Content Model that comes with the Gatsby Starter Blog example https://www.contentful.com/r/knowledgebase/gatsbyjs-and-contentful-in-five-minutes/
A simple blogsite content model
Timeline of biblical lifespans, timespans, and events.
The Content Model for my power ranger fan site. Learn more in my blogpost It's an example application showing how to build an entirely serverless site with Python, Flask and Contentful. Then seamlessly deploy it to AWS Lambda/API Gateway using Zappa. A live version of this site lives at henshin.shy.dev and the code is up on GitHub
Complex Blog Detail Page with SEO
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The Content Model used in my MagTag project.
You can use this content model to add OpenGraph tag support to any of your content types. To learn more about this content model, watch the Content Modeling Show, Episode 19 on HeadlessCreator.com.
You can use this content model to create data driven tables that are dynamic based on content from any content type in your model. To get a full explanation of this content model and how it works, watch the Content Modeling Show, Episode #20
From Contentful: This demo contains the content structure for a photo gallery with images, authors and photo sets, and a few sample entries.
From Contentful: This demo contains the content structure for a product catalogue with products, brands and categories, and a few sample entries.
This content model powers the official example of Next.js + Contentful integration. GitHub repo Frontend preview
From Contentful: This example shows best practices on how to structure your content and integrate your digital product with Contentful. For preview of the frontend powered by this content model, visit this link.
We are working on adding better discovery tools (search, filtering etc.)