Content Cards are a compact, attractive way to present an image, link, and/or label. Once they've been set up, they're easy to edit.
How to create a page for your website
In this tutorial, you will learn about the page content type. The page content type is for any basic information, such as informative pieces, that do not fall into one of the other content types; announcement, event, news, people or resource.
Step 1: Creating a Page
Under the administration menu, select Content > Add Content > Page
How to publish or unpublish content on your website
Step 1: Make sure you are Logged In
Step 2: Edit Tab
The checkbox to publish and unpublish content is an option at the bottom of your options under the "Edit" tab.
How to add a video page to your website
In this tutorial, you will learn how to add video content to your Luggage website. The video content type essentially allows you to add a video to your site and still have the same fields as the page content type. The video will appear in the top of the page.
Step 1: Creating new Video content
Under the administration menu, select Content > Add Content > Video
How to use text formatting tools on a website
Step 1: Locate the text formatting buttons
The most frequently-used functionality of the WYSIWYG toolbar is probably the basic text formatting options: bold, italic, and underline. These buttons are located in between the superscript button and the quote button:
How to utilize the quote and list buttons
Do you need to indent a section of your content, such as a block quote? Or do you have a list of items that you want offset from the rest of your text? The CK Editor allows you to perform both functions. This tutorial will walk you through both actions.
Step 1: Making a Quote
The quote button is located between the underline button and the bulleted list button. It is useful when you want to indent part of your text.
How to link and unlink content
Two important CK Editor features are the link and unlink buttons. Though the CK Editor does allow you to link to a site by simply pasting a URL into the text box, the link button is useful for embedding links. Here is where the link and unlink buttons are located on the CK Editor toolbar:
How to utilize the bottom bar
The last item in the CK Editor we will cover is the bottom bar. Though most of the utility in the text editor is in the top toolbar, the bottom bar does have some uses.
Step 1: Using the HTML Element Examiner
Let's start on the left side of the bottom bar. If you create a new page and look in the lower left hand of the body text editor, you will probably see a word and a letter, like in the example highlighted below:
What is an Intranet?
An Intranet is information that is available to authenticated users only and not the general public. Content on an intranet may include departmental policy documents, etc.
Thinking about creating an intranet?
Below are some questions to think about when it comes to creating an intranet.
Who is your audience?
Identify who will benefit from the intranet content.
How to paste information on your pages
The paste buttons on the top bar are meant to allow you to paste text into the WYSIWYG editor, however, new browser security updates suggest using keyboard shortcuts instead of the editor buttons.