Edit Pages

This is the system for editing the content of the individual pages.

You navigate from page to page as you would on the actual web site, via the navigation menu, either on the left or at the top of the page (depending on your website). You can even switch languages if your site is multi-lingual.

Note that the page you will be seeing is not exactly the page on your web-site that the end-user sees, but a 'copy' of that page that is used for editing. So you can make changes to the content of this page without it affecting your 'live' web-site.

Only when you press the 'Publish' button (see below) will the changes made here be copied to the 'live' web-site.

At the bottom of the page a control bar provides buttons that allow you either to edit the content of the page, publish the page, return to the menu, or call up this help documentation (in another window):

Updated 10-05-2011 09:12:01  Published 10-05-2011 13:21:33  Edit Publish . . .

It also gives the information:

Updated: The date and time this page was last edited and changed, together with the user id. of the person who did the change.

Published: The date and time this page was last published (see below), together with the user id. of the person who published the page.

Note that the 'Published' information will appear in red if the page was updated after it was last published.

Updated 23-06-2011 11:32:34  Published 10-05-2011 13:21:33  Edit Publish . . .

The buttons are used for:

Use this button to change the content of the page: add, change, delete text or pictures etc.

These buttons replace the 'Edit' button when your web page consists of two columns (like this one). The right and left sides of the page are edited separately.

When any of the 'edit' buttons are pressed, the Page Elements screen is displayed.

Use this button to publish the page - i.e. copy the changes you have made to the 'live' web page.

If the page has been changed (i.e. 'updated') since the page was last published, the 'published' information on the left of the control bar will appear red.

This button returns you to the Administration Menu

Buttons on the Left:

This button opens this help reference in a separate window (so that you can continue editing your page).


Clicking this button allows you to log out of the system. A 'pop-up' window will prompt you to confirm that you wish to log out.