Editing Pages Basics
Editing pages is a fairly easy process. Simply click on the Editing Token corresponding with the area you want to edit and add or change the text or image.
The Title Token Allows you to set the Title of the Page. This is a large font area that designates the concept of the page. Please note that titles should not be very long and receive special consideration from the search engines. If they are stuffed with text that benefit is lost.
The Sub-title token allows you to set up a sub title or section title to break up different topics on the page.
The image token is the primary way to place a single image on the page.
The Body Token is the main text area of the page. When you click the body token you will get the full HTML Text Editor that allows you to use basic HTML tools to style your text.
The Image token allows you to add a new image, change an existing image, or remove an image from the page as it relates to the image token.
- If there is an existing image it will be displayed in the Preview Area
- To select a new image from images that you have already uploaded you can select an image from the list or type in the name in the Type to Find field to find it in the list.
- To select one of the OLA Library Images type in the image name or a descriptive term to see if there is a match.
- Select From a preset width from the Width Drop Down menu.
- Select No Image to remove any images from the image token.
In the Style section you can set some specific attributes that relate to this image:
- Border width: this sets a border around the image.
- Border Color: sets the color of the border
- Horizontal Spacing: margin to the right and left of the image
- Vertical Spacing: Margin above and below the image
- Max Size: Sets the max size for the largest side of the image
- Alignment: center, right or left align the image
- CSS Class: Create a custom CSS class for manipulating images via css
- CSS ID: Create a custom CSS ID for manipulating images via css
The Body Token, Title Token and Sub-title token are all designed to have text added to them. The body section is intended as the main textual content repository and provides additional formatting options using the HTML Editor: