This guide walks you through the basics of editing pages and working with modules.
Step 1: Select page to edit
Whether you're editing your Homepage or one of your site's interior pages, the process is the same. Go to your Site Center, click the page you'd like to edit, then click the Edit button. This will take you to the editing view of the selected page, where the modules of the body are editable.
Step 2: Adding modules
Depending on the homepage template selected, you may find that several modules are already posted to the page. These modules are preset in the Homepage as part of the template. However, you will also find customizable sections as picture below. Our Snap templates are fully editable.
Click within the Customizable Columns to add new modules, or click one of the preset modules to begin editing that module.
When editing all pages other than the Homepage, the page will start out blank. Hover over the blank space where a column should be, and you'll see a highlighted box where you can add a module.
Click the empty box to select the empty column and add your first module.
Adding Modules: The Module Window
When you add a new module, you will see a window asking you to select a module type.
The Text module is a good option for your first new module - this module type provides a rich text editor and provides.
For information on your options, see the article on Modules and their Functions.
Step 3: Working with Modules
To get started, see this Easy Start Guide on working with modules.
Modules can be added to empty columns as described in Step 2, added above or below other modules, or dragged and dropped into other positions.
When a module is selected, you should look for options to edit in two places: 1) within the body of the module itself, or 2) in the toolbar that appears at the top of the page when the module is selected.
Full information can be found in the Working with Modules guide.
Below is an overview of where to find options and settings when working with modules.
Step 4: Saving Drafts and Publishing
At the top right of your edit page, you'll see options to save or publish your work:
Download: Saves a copy of the page as a file. Rarely used.
Preview: Displays a preview of how the current draft will look live.
Publish: Publishes your current draft to display live on your site, returns you to Site Center.
Save Draft: Saves your current work as a draft, without publishing, returns you to Site Center.
Cancel: Discards all information in the current draft, returns you to Site Center.
?: Allows you to search the Help Center
Working with Drafts
As you work within the page, you should click Save Draft anytime you would like to save your work, but not publish your changes.
When you return to the Site Center, you will see that the date of the current draft appears above the date of the most current published version. You will also have the option to cancel the current draft and return to the most recently published version:
When a draft is active, you can return to the Edit screen to resume your work.
Clicking Cancel WITHIN the Edit screen will Cancel any new work, and return you to the most currently saved draft.
To fully cancel the draft and return to the last published version, you would need to go to the Site Center and click Cancel Draft.
Closing the Edit screen
Generally, whenever you leave a page's editing screen, you should select Publish, Save Draft, or Cancel. This will close out the page properly and return you to the Site Center.
Your pages will auto-save regularly as drafts while you work. If you fail to close out properly, you will be taken to the page the next time you log in and be prompted to Publish, Save, or Cancel the latest auto-saved draft.
Publishing your page
When your page is ready to go, click Publish.
Congrats! Your page is live.
To learn more about modules and layout, search these topics: