Using the WYSIWYG
When a user clicks Edit on most pages, the default region opens in the WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) Editor.
WYSIWYG formatting options are very similar to those found in Microsoft Office or other word processing programs, but some advanced functionality is also included:
- Styling Content
Styles are an easy way to cleanly format and standardize the appearance of content to simplify the visitors site experience while browsing.
- Insert a Link
You may insert and edit links within the WYSIWYG editor.
- Insert an Image
You can insert an image within a page around text.
- Insert a Table
Within the WYSIWYG editor you may easily create, copy and delete tables.
- Creating Anchors
Links on a page that take a visitor further down the same page.
- HTML Toggle
Advanced users who wish to tweak the content of a page via the HTML code may simply click the HTML toggle icon to switch back and forth between views.
- Check Spelling, Links, and Accessibility
The Spell Checker checks and reports all words (content + metadata) that is not found in the system's dictionary. The Link Checker checks and reports any broken links found in an asset.