How to Update, Add and Delete Content

To add or update content you need to be logged in with a valid username and password. The login page is at siteadmin.asp.
When logged in, each page entry is displayed with options, allowing you:
1) Edit to edit the page content; 2) Copy to edit a copy of the page in order to create a new similar page; 3) Delete to remove the page altogether; 4) Add to add a new page; 5) Restore to restore to a previous version of a page if available.

On selecting EDIT the page will reload with editing controls at the top and page title and section options at the bottom. The appearance of the editable text should be the same as that on the normal page, however, now you can select areas with the cursor and change their content or formatting. When finished, submit the updates using the 'Save Edited Page' button. If you wish at any point to abandon the editing, simply select another page from the website menu or click 'Cancel Work on this Page' at the bottom..

Pages and Groups in the Menu can be resequenced from the resequencer page, when logged in
Editor animated tutorials can be seen at or from Editing Help
Notes on filling specific options at the bottom of the form:
Menu Section
If you wish the page to be listed in the navigation menu, select a section to put it in, from the list on the right, or create a new section by entering its name on the left.
Page Title
This will be used for the name of the page at the top of your browser, as keywords for the page and as the name of the menu item if the page is included in a section of the navigation.
Explanation of Editor functions (in the order they appear on the editor toolbars):
Save the current content as a page.
Print the content of this page.
Search for words on the page and replace with alternatives.
Spell Checker - needs iespell from installed on your browser
Insert Special Characters
Insert Table
Edit Table properties
Show or hide Table Guidelines
Edit Form properties
Insert Flash
Insert Media
Insert Object
Make Bookmark - the Bookmark feature is used to create an anchor within pages. Highlight the text you want to bookmark, click the Bookmark button, and then give the bookmark a name.

After you have created a bookmark, highlight the text that is to be used as a link to the bookmark (perhaps a heading), press the Hyperlink button, and select the link type 'bookmark' and the name of the bookmark you wish to use.

Use the Editor in Full-Screen mode - but the WYSIWYG display will then be different from the normal website page as the width will in general be larger.
Selecting the control a second time reduces it back to the original size in the context of the web page.
Delete all content from the edited page.
Cuts the selected text / item from view and stores it in the clipboard.
Copy - copies the selected text / item and stores it in clipboard
Paste - pastes the currently stored item from the clipboard and places it at the cursor position on the screen. This will keep any formatting from the application where the material is copied.
Paste From Word - when copying and pasting from MS Word and other Office packages, formatting code is also copied and pasted. This can often make formatting the content difficult and so it is best practice to strip out the formatting code using the Paste From Word button. This allows you to paste copied content from Word in to a text box that then send this content to the editing box. The text gets pasted into your web page with just basic formatting, but without the complex Word formatting applied to it.
Paste Text - here just the raw text is pasted in, completely stripped of any formatting. This is particularly useful for pasting in text such as headings. where you want to retain or apply formatting from the editor.
Undo last change
Redo last change
Insert Image
Left justification
Central justification
Right justification
Fully Justified text
Numbered list
Bullet point list
Indent text
Outdent text
Insert Horizontal Line
Make Hyperlink - inserts a clickable hyperlink to another webpage or document elsewhere on the web.
Select Hypelink from a list of internal links
View HTTP code - allows you to view and edit the underlying HTML code. This is particularly useful if you understand HTML, but is also useful as a means to add code from website applications such as YouTube.
Style and Formatting - for text, paragraphs, lists, boxes, and CSS styles.
Styles - selacted from standard style sheets set up for your website.
Tag Not used much.
Para Paragraph -  used to select headings of various standard formats, in terms of font, size and colour.
Font Font Type - lets you choose from 30 fonts to customise and enhance your page visually. In general it is best to stick with a standard font for consistency throughout your web pages.
Size Font Size - This modifies the size of the font for the highlighted text. In general it is best to stay with the font size set for your website text, as this retains a consistency across the pages.
Text Colour
Text Background Colour - sets or changes the colour of the currently selected text, or fills the background of a table.
Remove Formatting - cleans up the selected text from most of its formatting.