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SiteManager - Text


  1. Go to the webpage you want to edit and hit ESC to get into editing mode.
  2. Click on the Add Content to Main Content button and select the Text module.
  3. Click on the module to edit the module and display the Editing Tools.
  4. Click Save on the Editing Tools when done. Text does not automatically save so save often to prevent work from being lost!

The Editing Tools

SiteManager provides a full set of tools to simplify the process of editing your pages.  Please be aware that although it looks like a toolbar you would find in Microsoft Word, editing a web page differs from editing a Word document.  For example, if you hit "enter" when editing a web page, you will automatically get double spacing, also known as a paragraph break. To get single spacing you have to hit "shift"+"enter", also known as a line break.

The Edit Toolbar

Insert/Edit URL Link

  1.  Highlight the text or image you want to become a link.
  2. Click on the Insert/Edit Link button on the toolbar (#9).
  3. Under Link Type, select URL.
  4. Either type or paste a link in the URL box or click on Browse Server.
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  5. Browse the server to link to the appropriate page.
    1. Use the preview icon to see a preview of the page.
    2. Use the link icon to insert the page's URL into the URL box.
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  6. To have the link open in a new browser window, click on the Target tab and from the drop down menu below Target, select New Window (_blank).
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  7. Click on OK.

Insert/Edit E-mail Link

  1. Highlight the text you want to become a link.
  2. Click on the Insert/Edit Link button on the toolbar.
  3. Under Link Type, select E-mail.
  4. Type in the E-mail address and if desired, you can also type in the Message Subject and Message Body so that when a visitor clicks on an e-mail link, a portion of the e-mail message is created for them.
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  5. Click on OK.

Remove a Link

  1. Highlight the text currently formatted as a link.
  2. Click on the Remove Link button on the toolbar (#10). 

Insert/Edit Anchor

Anchors are used on a page to quickly take a visitor to a specific section of the page.

  1. Place the cursor at the beginning of the line where you want the anchor to be.
  2. Click on the Insert/Edit Anchor button on the toolbar (#11).
  3. Enter the name of the anchor in the Anchor Properties window that appears.
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  4. To use the anchor as a link, click on the Insert/Edit Link  button (#9).
  5. Under Link Type, select Link to anchor in the text.
  6. Select an anchor name from the drop down list titled By Anchor Name.
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  7. Click on OK.

Insert Image

Instructions to insert images

Insert/Edit Table

Use tables when you need to present information that lends itself to a tabular setup.

  1. Place the cursor at the point you need the table to appear.
  2. Click on the Insert/Edit Table button on the toolbar.
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    1. Width: Measured either in pixels (200 pixels is the default) or as a percent of the module area you are in.  The width of Hamilton pages is 960 pixels.
    2. Height:  Measured in pixels (can be left empty).
    3. Cell Spacing: sets the amount of space between adjacent layout cells (in pixels).  This value should be less than 5.
    4. Cell padding: sets the amount of space between the content of a layout cell and the cell boundary (in pixels).  This value should be less than 5.
    5. Headers:  bolds the first row, first column, or both.
    6. Border size: specifies the width, in pixels, of the table’s borders.  A border size of zero will produce a borderless table, but you will see gridlines when editing your table.
    7. Alignment:  sets the alignment of the whole table.  Since the default size of the table is 100%, the Center and Right choices will appear to have no effect.
  3. Click on OK.
  4. Once your table is in place, you can right click in a cell or on the table to see the menu of options you can use to edit your table.

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Last updated: August 31, 2021

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