The document content type refers to the information surrounding any non-image static file (e.g., pdf, .ppt) you want users to be able download from your website. It is often a more appropriate choice (rather than an article) for long papers, applications, spreadsheets, or presentations.
The three main fields are:
1. Title – (required) the name of the document. It is not the name of the static file, but is usually displayed on the site as a link to download the file (.docx, .xls, etc.) or display in the browser (.pdf)
2. File Name (Body) – (required) a static file that cannot be edited with the CMS software. The static file is uploaded from your computer or server to the site from this interface or the AppConsole.
3. Teaser – brief, eye-catching sentence to motivate viewers to click on the name generated by the Title field.