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Basic Editing

Editing a Page

  1. Visit the page you wish to edit. 
  2. Click the edit button in the top right hand corner above the left sidebar navigation. 

Correct Usage of Headings

  • Headings must nest properly, leading with Heading 2. Headings can only move down one level at a time.
  • Headings should not mimmick the page title. The page title is already a heading H1.
  • Headings should chunk or separate out content, increasing scannability and making the content easy to digest. 
  • Headings should never be used to create space between paragraphs.

Heading 2

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Morbi gravida semper nulla, et fringilla justo interdum consectetur. Praesent quis fringilla mauris. Sed ut libero tortor. Nunc ullamcorper enim eget cursus ultricies. 

Heading 3

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Morbi gravida semper nulla, et fringilla justo interdum consectetur. Praesent quis fringilla mauris. Sed ut libero tortor. Nunc ullamcorper enim eget cursus ultricies. 

Heading 4

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Morbi gravida semper nulla, et fringilla justo interdum consectetur. Praesent quis fringilla mauris. Sed ut libero tortor. Nunc ullamcorper enim eget cursus ultricies. 

Previewing / Saving

If you are editing a page that is currently published, there is not a preview or save function available in Drupal. Think of Drupal as your last stop shop. All edits that you have been working on should be completed, vetted, and signed off before putting into Drupal. 

Once saving, the content is published and accessible to the world.

Templates 

Below are two templates, one for Google Documents and the other for Word Documents. Both documents contain all styles and headings that can be transferred from a document to the web interface. 

Google Document | Word Document