Posts Tagged ‘editing’

Content Editor Basics

Thursday, April 5th, 2012
The Content Editor, aka MCE (mini content editor) or WYSIWYG (an acronym for “what you see is what you get,” pronounced: wizzy-wig,) is one of the tools you will use most frequently. It is important to understand how it works and I will supply some nifty tips and tricks that will allow you to add content easily and quickly and, most importantly, to make the content look the way you want.

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Adding & Editing the Navigation Links

Thursday, April 5th, 2012
The main navigation links on the right side of the site is critical to proper navigation of the site, so it is important you know how to edit the links and the rules that apply. By adding subpages, you can populate the navigation links, but there may be custom link that does not require a subpage, or the page should exist in another area of the site. (more…)

Modules & Their Cascading Effect

Thursday, April 5th, 2012
Modules are designed so you can create a customized layout of your page. The functionality of modules is practically limitless, however there are some pre-built modules that you can add to your page. In this tutorial, we are going to cover all of the modules and how they work. We are also going to discuss the cascading functionality that exists between parent pages and subpages. (more…)