+Let's start using ACRCms
+Creating a website with ACRCms is easy and painless. In this tutorial, you will learn how to:
+* :ref:`Log in <tutorial-login>`
+* :ref:`Insert your first content <tutorial-content>`
+* :ref:`Edit a content <tutorial-edit>`
+* :ref:`Add a cool image <tutorial-image>`
+* :ref:`Insert a community driven comments thread <tutorial-comments>`
+* :ref:`Create a new page <tutorial-page>`
+* :ref:`Add a blog section <tutorial-blog>`
+* :ref:`Create an image gallery <tutorial-gallery>`
+* :ref:`Add a fully functional search bar <tutorial-search>`
+Visit the url ``yourwebpage/login``, a login mask will appear. After the installation the default credentials are:
+When you are logged in, at top of the page appears the topbar and over every content appears an edit bar. If the edit bars
+bother you, you can disable them clicking on TOGGLE EDIT BARS.
+Insert your first content
+The easiest way to add a custom content to the page is the html slice. Click on **ADD SLICE** in the top bar, and then on **HTML**.
+The html edit box will appear. For now the only field that interests us is the rick WYSIWYG editor, let's write something interesting:
+.. image:: images/html_editor.png
+save it and take a look to the web page. The content is there. Simple, isn't it?
+Editing a content is as simple as inserting a new one, just click the edit button in the edit bar over the content you want to modify.
+As you can see, is now appeared the versions box. What the hell is that? Well, it's one of the most powerful features of ACRCms: every time
+you edit a content, the previous version remains stored in the database and you can roll it back whenever you want. You have to admit that
+this piece of software rocks :). Ok, so, click on edit in the versions and translations box, edit a content and then save it. And, then try to
+click on revert on a previous version. It's magic™.
+Add an image slice (**ADD SLICE -> IMAGE**). The box that appears is the ACRCms asset chooser.
+.. image:: images/asset_chooser.png
+the usage is pretty simple, just select an already uploaded asset from the assets browser, or upload a new image, return to the asset chooser and select it.
+Fill the title field, insert a web link if want to open a new web page on image click, insert a specific dimension (*auto* will preserve the actual image size)
+and provide a description (facoltative).
+Save the slice, and your image is displayed on the bottom of the page.
+Insert a community driven comments thread
+Ready to face the community? So you can add a comment thread, provided by the disqus plugin. A preliminary step is required only the first time
+you add a comment thread: register yourself to disqus.com,
+from the disqus dashboard, add a website, fill the url of your ACRCms website and add the site name. Return back to ACRCms, click on ADMIN in the topbar, and
+ then click on Disqus icon (general setting panel). Insert the website name in the User ID field and click change.
+.. image:: images/disqus_admin.png
+Now return back to your site page, click on **ADD SLICE -> DISQUS THREAD**, don't change any field and click save. Ok you have your comments thread.
+When your site has grown up, you need a new page to accomodate your contents. It's a trivial task: click on **ADMIN -> CREATE PAGE**.
+On the page create box, you have to select the page parent. Just remember a couple of things:
+1. if you select ``-----------`` as parent, the page will be on the root of the website
+2. if you select ``Default page for global layout`` as parent, the page will be hidden
+3. *Any other choice* as parent, the page will be a child of the page selected
+For this tutorial, we are going to select ``------------``, insert test as title and url and save. You will be redirected to the newly created page
+and a new menu entry for that page is automagically added on the top menu.
+Add a fully functional search bar