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Edit an existing Page

Edit Content

  1. Select the text that reads [No text in field] to activate a toolbox.
  2. For more editing functions, launch the Rich Text Editor by selecting the Edit the text Text Editor icon icon.
    Experience Editor Text Edit
  3. Enter your content into the Rich Text Editor.
    Text Editor screen

    Learn more about the Rich Text Editor features
    Add an image | Add a hyperlink | Add an email link | Add an anchor link | Add a table | Add an iFrame

    Read Writing for the Web Guidelines
    Ensure any images or tables you add meet accessibility compliance

  4. Select the Accept button when you are done entering content to display your additions.
  5. Select the Save Save icon icon located at the top left of the screen. Save your changes often to keep from losing them!

NOTE: Select the Lock Lock and Unlock icon icon to check in your page if you are done editing.

Edit Page Properties

Add and edit additional information like teasers and metadata to the page you just created to help others better understand the content of the page.

 
Toggle Show Page Title

For every new page created, the page title does not automatically display on your page, so must be activated to display.

  1. Select the Toggle Show Page Title link in the grey page properties bar.
  2. A toolbar will appear with icons. Select the field editor edit image icon icon.
  3. Check the Show Content Title checkbox.
  4. Select OK.
  5. Select the Save Save icon icon located at the top left of the screen.

 
Add/Edit Teaser

A teaser is a brief description of the task/page that appears under the title in the topic listing it was tagged to. View the secondary page template for an example. To add a teaser, follow the steps below.

  1. Select the Add/Edit Teaser link in the grey page properties bar.

    Page Properties: Add/Edit Teaser

  2. A toolbar will appear with icons. Select the field editor edit image icon icon.
  3. A menu bar will appear displaying a field to enter the Teaser. Enter a brief description of the page. Use keywords in the description that visitors may search to find this task/page. Try to keep description high level and less than two sentences, about 275 characters.
    Teaser Dialog Box

  4. Select OK.
  5. Select the Save Save icon icon located at the top left of the screen.

NOTE: Select the Lock Lock and Unlock icon icon to check in your page if you are done editing.

Add/Edit Meta Data

This helps search engines understand the content of your page (in addition to the content ON your page).

  1. Select the Add/Edit Meta Data link in the page properties bar.

    Page Properties: Add/Edit MetaData

    • A toolbox will appear with an icon called the field icon. Select the field edit image icon icon.
  2. A dialogue box will appear displaying fields to enter in Metadata.
    • MetaDescription - A brief description of the task/page that displays in search results.
    • MetaKeywords - A short list of keywords or phrases, separated by commas, that help guide search engines to the content more accurately.
    • MetaTitle - The title that displays in the browser or browser tab header and search results.
  3. Ensure the MetaTitle field displays the page title as shown on your page. The meta description and keywords are optional.
    MetaData Dialog Box
  4. Select OK.
  5. Select the Save Save icon icon located at the top left of the screen.

NOTE: Select the Lock Lock and Unlock icon icon to check in your page if you are done editing.

Create a Sub-page

Create one or more sub-pages under the DSF Legacy page. You can add multiple pages with specific content and those page titles will appear as the navigation to the page.

  1. Navigate to the page you just created using the Navigation Bar.
  2. Select the Go button.
  3. Select the Edit icon (if you are in Preview mode).
  4. Select the Insert Page Insert page icon icon.
  5. Select the Sub Page option from the dialogue box.
    Insert a Sub Page
  6. Enter a name for the page in the Name field. (Special characters are NOT allowed.)
  7. The page will open in Edit mode, already Checked Out and locked.