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Editing Pages

You can edit your page from either your live website or from the blue site administration menu.

Edit Your Page

  1. Navigate to the page you wish to edit (after logging in).
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click one of the following:
    • Turn on inline editing (good for small, text edits)
    • Edit page in Reason Admin (better for major edits; provides access to the Page Settings & Entry Fields)
  3. Click Save and Finish to submit your changes.

*Note: If you do not have access to a website, you will not be able to edit pages. Request access with our online form.

Create a New Page

  1. In the blue site administration screen, click the Pages option:
    Blue Menu: Page Focus
  2. Click the Add Page button:
    Blue Menu: Add Page Button
  3. Fill in the Page Settings & Entry Fields.
  4. Click Save and Finish to submit your changes.

Add an Image

*Note: You must upload an image to your image database before you can insert it on your page.

  1. Edit the page that you wish to add your image to.
  2. In the text editor, click the general area where you wish to place your image (your cursor should be blinking in the area you clicked).
  3. Click the "Insert Image" icon on the rich text editor:
    Text Editor Icons: Image Focus
  4. Select the image, size, and alignment that you prefer.
  5. Click OK to insert.

Read more about different image options on our image help page.

Link to a Page/File/Email

View our help page on how to insert links.

Restrict Access to a Web Page

View our help page on how to restrict page access.

  • How to Restrict Page Access

    Require people to log in before they can view your page, and specify which groups people can (or cannot) view it.
  • How to Insert Links

    Add hyperlinks to web pages, assets, and email addresses.
  • How to Use Anchors

    Looking to provide a shortcut to a specific location on your web page? Want to help someone "jump" straight to what they are looking for? Using anchors is a way you can do this.
  • Settings & Fields

    Explanation of the settings and entry fields in the page editing screen.