Edit page content

The 'Manage Content' button > Edit text

First and foremost, we request that you do not copy and paste text directly from Word into this editor. Yes, it's very tempting, but in the end you will find that if you do, you will have great difficulty editing that text in the future. Word includes TONS of extra stylization code in with your text that has the potential to really mess up your page if you ever want to edit it.

We understand that it may be (unfortunately) necessary at times to do this though. If this is unavoidable, please use the Paste from Word icon in your toolbar to remove the extra code before it gets placed on your site. This will then force you to use the editor to stylize your text instead, once it's been placed into your editor. This is not bad - it will keep your page styles consistent throughout your website.

Line spacing

While you are editing the text on your site, you will quickly notice that when you hit 'Return' to go to the next line, the editor jumps down an extra row. The editor is built to recognize the use of the 'Return' key as the beginning of a new paragraph. You can override this and create a single-line hard return, by holding down the 'Shift' key while you click 'Return.' This works great for putting the captions below your images, etc.



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