This information is for the Web Admins for the Regions who have Web Pages on this site. Currently, these Chapters are:
Passaic, Tri-Chapter, and Hudson.
Each Region can have up to 10 pages, photos, calendar, and blogs. Just like the Region Groups, events are added to the main site's calendar automatically.
These Region sites do not have group members for obvious reasons. The sites are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, while the Region Groups are open only to members.
As a Web Admin, you will be able to change any pages already set up for you. At the launching of this site, your old pages were copied to this section.
The instructions to add events, photos, and blogs can be found in the other pages of this Manual. This page explains how to change and add pages and menus to your site.
You must be logged in a a member to access your group pages (from right rail/column). In the group list there will be Region-Website
under Groups Type
and Your Region Name
under Group Name
.Click on Group Name
. Your page will look something like this:
This was the site that was copied from the old NJAWBO website.
You will be able to change copy, and add to or change your menu (under FIND OUT MORE:)
The Group Options drop-down is the same as the Group Options for the Region Groups. See the Group Admins Options page (click here).
To add or change a page click on either Home Page Options
or Custom Pages
from the Options drop-down.
This shows you the pages in your site. To change the copy in a page, click on the paper and pencil icon. To preview, click on the magnifying glass. To delete the page, click on the trash can.
To add a new page, click on » Add New Custom Page
above the teal bar.The CUSTOM PAGE CONFIGURATION and CUSTOM PAGE CONTENT display.
The page title you insert will display on the frontend page. (Frontend is the website the visitor sees).Do not enable Wiki mode unless you want the public to be able to make changes to your page.
Don't worry about the Widget -- your pages cannot have the bookmark widget.If you want to redirect to a page outside the NJAWBO web site, enter the URL in the Redirection field.
To make the page Searchable from the NJAWBO search
in the left rail/column, select YES.
If you want your visitors to score your page, click yes to Enable Voting and Score?; the default is NO.
The RSS feed URL is for the URL for an outside RSS feed, if you have one.
Setting up your page is easy. You type, or copy and paste your copy into the form below.
Note: switch to Text Editor is the same as Advanced <html>. Use this is you know and understand html.
To create a menu, select rule from the Insert, and enter your Page Name, then using the Link icon, link to the page. This will be explained more at the end of this page.
Save your page as you work. After the Initial Draft, you MUST select a VERSION from Version Label
before you can save.
Here is an explanation of each TAB on the CONTENT section:HOME TAB:INSERT TAB:ADVANCED TAB: is for HTML ONLY.
TO FIND THE LINK TO YOUR NEW PAGE:
Save your page and scroll back to the top. You should now see a PERMALINK line. If you do not, go back to the New Version Information at the bottom of the page, and select a version and select SUBMIT. The click on the page to reenter the page form.
Either way, you will see:SELECT EVERYTHING PAST THE .ORG FROM THE / ON. (Example: /members/group_content_view.asp?group=88716&id=130903)Paste that in the LINK as follows:
A few rules to follow:Graphics and Photos:
MAXIMUM WIDTH: 550PXUPLOADING: FOLLOW DIRECTIONS IN ADMIN OPTIONS PAGE.