Managing Page Content


  • The Page Editor

    WebEd gives you full access to all aspects of the page in a single window.

  • Creating Pages

    This module is extremely important part of the website's article or content. With this module people or users can read the website content like reading a book through pages.

  • Inserting Image in the WebEd Content Editor

    One of the feature in WebEd 9 is File Manager or Media Browser. Through this module users can easily upload and manage files such as images, documents and other business related materials for their website. 

  • Moving a Page

  • Editing Pages

    All content in your site is normally secured for editing. Only authorised editors can update content. The site administrator can limit edit rights for specific sections to particular groups of people. For example marketing may have have full edit rights to all content and service has only access to the service pages. The Site admin can configure edit and view rights to any part of the website.

  • Deleting Pages

    In WebEd 9 deleting a page is very simple and easy. If the page is no longer in need or mistakenly created, the user will now have the option delete those pages and clean up all the unnecessary page content.

  • Moving Pages

    If a user wants to modify or update the sub-pages into another parent page or a user mistakenly included the page into another parent page.

  • Importing Text

    May it an article or a content for your page that you generated from a document that you picked, we can follow this guide on how to properly import your created contents to a WebEd page.

  • Using Body Templates

    Body Templates are a great way to get similar layouts across your site. Users can create body templates which make it quick and easy to get a default content layout for consistent design throughout the site.

  • Include / Hide a Page from Site Navigation

    This how to is for showing / hiding a page from the menu of your site. NB if you hide from navigation, it will also be removed from your sitemap.

  • Website Styles

    When a user or designer needs to create new page and reference style document for build a content. This module helps every designers to control the font formatting, text and page content.  If a designer wants to modify their site designs to look how they want them to look then it's the designers opportunity to use this helpful module.

  • Internal Links

    Hyperlinks are links attached to text that when activated will take you to another page within your own website. This makes it easy to move around your website. 

  • Uploading Documents

    By following this guide, we can easily add a PDF or a transparent image file to our Media storage and link it to a page that you choose so viewers can view it.

  • Keywords

    How to find and add or edit default meta Keyword to the site settings of your website

  • Changing the Page URL

    This documentation will show the user on how edit or modify the page content and how to change the friendly URL for an easy access on the browser.

  • Using Tables

    Aside from the obvious use of tables to present information to a website's visitor in a tabular form, tables are extremely useful in website design.

  • SEO Scoring

    This will guide you on how the site is performing via search engines

  • Content Tags

    Tags are simple pieces of data (usually no more than 1-3 words) that describe the content tagged.

  • Secure Pages

    Secure Pages are a WebEd tool that restrict access to pages or sections of your website to select users. Secure pages and authorised viewers are managed in the Admin Module through Users & User Groups.
    The user must be logged in to a user group that is configured to view this page or part of the website, otherwise the page content will not be displayed to the user. The following message is displayed to unauthorised visitors to a page.

  • Child Pages

    How to quickly create a page of content based on the child pages of a site. Each child page and abstract will be displayed as content on the current page allowing you to quickly generate a holding page for related content 

  • Page History

    The Page History Module tracks all changes to page content. You can easily see all previous versions of content and rollback if required. The HTML difference engine shows you what content was changed by who on which date

  • Inserting iFrames

    This is a guide to show to insert a responsive iframe into your page content

  • Coloured Call to Action Buttons

    This page will show the simplest way to making a link appear like a coloured button. 

  • Dynamic Links

    Dynamic Links are a handy way of changing the hyperlink on a piece of content based on some value in the database. This document explains how to add a curly bracket in content page for the Dynamic Link.  

  • Read More Button

    Sometimes it is useful to to create a simple button, which changes colour on rollover (when someone mouses over the image) linking to further information or another page/website with more details