Create and edit text content which will appear on your webpage. Explore formatting options, apply paragraph styles and add links. Start in the Content box underneath the Navigation label in the Page Management area.
The basic formatting options in the formatting toolbar in the content area are very similar to those found in most word processing applications. Some options are explained in more detail below:
Add custom styles to text, links and images, or trigger an existing popup. See Adding popups for details on using popups, and Changing the Visual Design for details on creating CSS classes for styles.
Choose a format for the selected paragraph from the Paragraph dropdown menu. By default text will be created as paragraph text. There are also 6 levels of headings available, from H1 (largest) to H6 (smallest). All text marked with a particular heading format will be consistently styled. The style of each heading can be changed by a web designer in the CSS without having to change each heading manually.
Select text to offset from the main text and click on the Blockquote button.
Insert a horizontal line on the page.
Insert special characters into text. This is useful for foreign words, words with special symbols such as resumé, proper names such as François Mitterand and metal umlauts, such as Mötley Crüe.
Edit the HTML code of the page directly. This is only recommended for those with a good knowledge of HTML formatting. Useful for directly adding source code to a page, e.g embedding YouTube videos.
Paste as Text removes all formatting from copied text before adding it to the website. Useful for removing the ‘rich text’ formatting that usually accompanies text when pasted directly, and which can conflict with the HTML code used on websites.
Paste from Word adds text from Word documents and translates the ‘rich text’ formatting into HTML code. This option only works with Microsoft Word however, not other word processors such as OpenOffice.org, Word Perfect or Apple Pages.
Create an anchor (a bookmark type link to a specific area on a page) to link to.
Creating a link:
Breaking a link: