All new pages must go through the recommendation process. As soon as your content is prepared, submit it through csweb. The digital team then reviews your content and makes recommendations about appropriate template format.
The Content Editor Loading Dock is where you find your page's sections and fields.
Here you can create, update, and edit your content including the:
- Contact list
- Main text
- Meta data and more
After you open your page for editing in the Content Loading Dock, you can:
Things to remember:
- Enable or disable the Contact List;
- Write a short and informative Menu Description;
- Insert appropriate Metadata Tags;and
- Insert your Metadata Description text into the field.
- The section fields can be opened or closed by clicking on the plus or minus signs;
- For the editing process, you will need to make sure your page is locked;
- Validation errors and related tooltips are located to the left of any section;
- Yellow means a warning.
- Red means an error.
Save often to ensure you don't lose your work!
Add and Edit Your Content
The Main Text Editor has been designed to make loading and editing content easy.
Content from Word
The text formatting in Word causes problems in the HTML for Sitecore.
To avoid formatting problems, try these options:
- Use the Paste from Word option in the editor;or
- Use the Paste Plain Text option in the editor; or
- Copy and paste your Word text into Notepad to strip formatting and then copy and paste into your editor.
Links: Internal and External
To add an internal link within Sitecore:
- Highlight the text you want to link, and use the Insert Sitecore Link.
- Link to pages in the content tree or Sitecore Media Library items.
- Highlight the appropriate item, and click link.
To add an external link:
- Highlight the text you want to link, and use the Hyperlink Manager.
- Type the external page URL or attach an email hyperlink.
- On Saskatchewan.ca, we don't open new tabs for users.
- Target: none
- Existing anchor: none
If you have a document or website link that is relevant to your content, you can request a Related Items Folder and Related Items.
Make sure to check Related Items Enabled in the loading dock. You can also change the title (e.g. "You might be interested").
In the Related Item editor, you can change the title, description, and add the links either internal or external.
The default file is Image. To ensure the link displays properly, choose the appropriate link type.