How to create a new subsection

By default, whenever you create a sub-page, it will add that page below its parent page in the left-hand column navigation.  By creating a new sub-section, a page will be placed at the top of the left-hand navigation and any sub-pages will appear below it.  If a page has many sub-pages, then it may be a good idea to give it its own sub-section as it would otherwise clutter the left hand navigation.

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How to create a new page

Submitted on Monday, 6/10/2013, at 2:08 PM

Click the Settings tab in the toolbar.  Click Add sub-page.  Enter a page name and click Create sub-page.

To add a sub-page, click Add sub-page, create a page name and URL name, and finally Create sub-pag

You will be taken to the newly created page, which will not have any content. To add an article, follow the directions here.

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How to insert a picture or other file into an article

  1. Upload the file either by attaching it to an article or using the Contents tab on a page then Add > File Upload.
  2. In the Body text edit area, place your cursor in your article where you want the image or file to go.
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How to suppress right-hand column content

A right-hand column page appears on its parent page and all of its parent's sub-pages.  To suppress the column on a page, simply create an empty column sub-page.  This will suppress the column for the parent page and all of its sub-pages as well.

Follow the directions for creating a sub-page and making it a column if you do not know how to do so.

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How to make a page a right-hand column

Click the Settings tab.  In the Menu and layout section, under Location on screen, check the box Text for right column. Click Save settings.

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How to disable comments

  1. When you are creating or editing an article, scroll down and click Comment settings.
  2. Set Who can add comments to Disabled.

  3. Click Save.
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How to change the picture below the left-hand menu

Note: This process is recommended for advanced users only!

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How to redirect a page to another location on the CMS or web

Submitted on Monday, 6/10/2013, at 2:22 PM

In the yellow menu on the top of the webpage, navigate to the Contents tab and click Add. Choose Redirector from the menu.

If the location is an external website on the Web, type in the URL of the destination page . Be sure to use the format http://...

If the destination page is somewhere within the CMS, click Choose... to select a page.

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How to change basic text formatting (bold, italics, etc.)

 

Highlight the text you want to bold and click the Bold key in the text editor menu. Alternatively, press CTRL+B. To italicize text, highlight text and click the Italics key (next to the Bold key). Alternatively, press CTRL+I. Press CTRL+U to underline text.

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How to wrap text around a picture

Insert the image above a section of text that you would like to wrap around it. Next, click on the image and click on either the 'Left' or 'Right' alignment buttons. Clicking left align will wrap the text around the image while keeping the image to the left, as seen below. Click writing align will do the opposite, placing the image to the right of the text.

Note: To keep the image from bumping up against the text, choose the option to add some blank space around the image when you insert it into the article.

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