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In Elxis you can organize content either using an Hierarchical structure or Autonomous pages. A combination of these two ways is also possible. You can use both ways at the same time. In Hierarchical structure the content is organized in Sections -> Categories -> Content Items (articles).

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Feel the power of Elxis SEO PRO. Search engine friendly URLs where never so easy and powerful. Just enable SEO PRO, add the nessesary htaccess file to your root directory, stand back and enjoy! Elxis will do all the hard work for you.

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Autonomous Pages are content items that are not part of a Section or a Category. Autonomous Pages cannot be added to a Blog, a Section or a Category. Autonomous Pages, in other words, are independent, stand alone pages. They can be created, edited and deleted in the Autonomous Pages Manager.