All pages on the web site are created by adding a standard page. You can either
create a standard page and add all content or create several pages and go back and
add content. These instructions show you how to create one standard page and add
1. Click the New button in the top left of the menu bar.
2. In the Asset Creation Wizard, select Standard Page under the Pages
3. In the Name box enter the name of your page.
- For consistency, always use sentence case when naming your pages. Page names should appear in navigation as follows:
- Page names must be succinct and descriptive of the content on the page
4. Select whether you want your page to Show in menu
- The Show in menu option is simply asking if you would like your page to show in your site’s navigation. As a rule most pages should be marked as Show in menu and images, news items, events etc should not.
5. Click on the Select New Location button.
6. Navigate to where you would like your page saved.
- All new pages should sit under University of Newcastle > relevant Level 2 location within the site eg Newcastle >Research and so on.
- You must create higher level pages before you can create lower level ones. You can either create these pages and menu structure first then add content or complete one whole page at a time. For ease, this guide steps you through the process of completing one entire page.
7. Click this and then the Select button in the bottom corner.
8. Click Create.
- If the location is incorrect, simply click on the red minus icon and browse the Asset Finder again for the correct location.
9. Your page has been created. Click the Edit button.
10. Click on the Content screen.
11. Click on the editable content area and the WYSIWYG toolbar will enable.
12. Add your content into this space.
- If you are copying content from Microsoft Word, ensure that you format the document using the correct Headings.
- All images copied over within a Word document must be saved in the CMS as an asset in order for them to display in the web content.
- Squiz will automatically spellcheck your document, however, you will need to ensure that your Firefox web browser has the correct Australian dictionary installed. You will find instructions on how to do this in the support portal.
13. Click on a heading and then click the Heading button in the toolbar to format your headings.
- All headings should follow a logical sequence from H1 and so on. Please note that your page title will automatically display on your page as a H1 so the first content heading should be a H2.
14. If you have a list of information you can either insert an Unordered List (bullet points) or Ordered List (numbered) by selecting your list and clicking on either of the list icons in the toolbar.
17. Click the Save button in the top right corner.
See attached PDF to download instructions, or watch the below video for more information.