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How To Edit Page Content

Quick Steps to Editing Your Site

  1. Login
  2. Choose the page from the left hand menu
  3. Edit page should display automatically if not click EDIT at the top.
  4. Make your changes.
  5. Save your changes by pressing Submit at the bottom.
  6. When editing is completed, PUBLISH the site to make your changes live on the website.

Editing Text

The editing screen looks much like a wordprocessor, with features for formatting text ie. bold, italics, alignment. When you roll your cursor over an icon, a text label displays its function. Take a minute to explore the features.
Tip: Visit our Getting Started Video Tutorials for indepth training on a number of these icons.

Using Heading Tags

SiteApex Editor Heading Paragraph Formatting Styles

Highlight and choose a Heading Tags and pick a Heading type. The standard for formating titles and sub-tiles is to use Heading styles. These are availabable in the Paragrahp Formatting drop down. These are extra important to use due to the fact search engines can then identify topics and subjects on your page by finding the Heading tags in the code.


Text formatting styles can be preset by your designer, to match your website design and to provide consistency.

To use a style (ie. when formatting a title), first choose the words to be formatted, then pick the style from the Styles menu.

Tip: Use the "REMOVE FORMATTING” feature to remove styles from text. Highlight the text and cilck the eraser button.

SiteApex Editor Erase Styles Button

Copying/Pasting from MS Word?

SiteApex Editor Paste From Word

Word adds hidden font and formatting tags in the code of the page content. These hidden code tags that Word creates are not compatible with website coding and can cause you to not be able to format your content correctly. When you paste into the editor this code is removed automatically.

Saving Your Changes

When you are done editing, press the Save Changes button at the bottom.


You will need to Publish the site for these changes to go live on the internet.

Tip: After publishing, if you cannot see the changes on your website, check out this article - Can't See Changes to Pages After Editing Them?