Editing a Website

In this tutorial, you will learn how to edit your website using a variety of methods. These options include editing your site via the admin, using Dreamweaver or by using FTP to upload your web pages and templates. Let's see how:

Editing a site with the Admin

One of the simplest ways to edit a web page is to do so via the admin of your site. Simply login to the admin of your site and navigate to the Website > Web Pages screen. You will now be presented with a list of web pages for your site:

To create a new page click on the Create a new Webs Page link found in the action box to the right. To edit an existing page, simply click on the page you would like to update. Here you will see the WYSIWYG editor with the content of your web page as shown below:

There are two ways in which you can edit the page, HTML or WYSIWYG. To switch between these modes, click on the HTML button at the bottom of the editor. You can now make the necessary changes to the page and add content, once you are done click the Save button to save a working copy or Save and Publish to make the page live.

For further details on editing pages within the Admin Console, click here

Editing a site with Dreamweaver

You can edit your web pages, templates and layouts using Dreamweaver. To do this, you will first need to download the Dreamweaver extension. Once you have downloaded the extension, click here to get full details on installing and editing a site using the Dreamweaver extension.

Editing a site via FTP

To edit your site via FTP, you need to connect to your site using an FTP client. There are a number of free FTP clients available, below are a few examples:

With your FTP client setup, you can now connect to your site. For further details on FTP and connecting to your site using FTP, refer to the below articles:

Editing a site using InContext Editor

Watch the below video tutorial on how to edit your website using the InContext Editing feature. This tutorial will cover using InContext Editor to edit web pages, blogs and other website content.

For furtherr details on using Incontext Editor, see this article