i. This form field (the label may change from content type to content type) determines the name or title of the content that your are working on ii. Will be used in the flowing cases:
- a listing of that content (e.g. events, news article/blog posts)
- default in the HTML <title> tag
- the tab label or bookmark for your browser window
- the link to this web page in Google search result
The WYSIWYG Toolbar formats content with HTML using standard tags such as:
- Headings and Sub-headings (“Format”) <h2> through <h6>
- The smaller the number the larger the heading will be as shown below:
This is the icon for Links to other sites or to a place on your website • Highlight the text that you want to make into a link.
• Click on this icon to open a dialogue box to create the link.
• Click on this icon to add a photo into the body text
• Put in the link to the photo, editing the size, spacing and border
Paste from Word (strips out formatting from MS Word to and helps with standard formatting)
Use the bottom-left bar to see how the content is being formatted (a standard link should be: body>p>a)
For more information on HTML tags, please visit http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp
i. Upload a photo by choosing a file from your computer and clicking upload
ii. If you want to remove the photo, click “Remove Media”
Anchors & linking to anchors
Anchor markers can be added to content pages so that a user can skip straight to that section of the page when clicking a link in the menu or even elsewhere online. Using the WYSIWYG toolbar, place the cursor at the beginning of a heading of a section you wish to anchor to (i.e. Job hunting tips and resources) and insert an anchor tag and name it (i.e. job hunting).
A menu item or link can be generated to that page’s URL with a # character and the anchor name added to the end (i.e. /job-seekers#jobhunting). Links to that address will skip down to the section of content you desire.
How to edit existing content
Click edit > make edits > hit “save” (See Page 6-7 for more info on how to use the WYSIWYG Toolbar)