Editing Current Pages and Drafts

In Navigation Menu, choose the Pages option. You will be directed to a full list of your current published pages, as well as your unpublished drafts.

**Note: You can also choose the downward facing arrow to view all options pertaining to Pages. Selecting Edit from this list will direct you to the same page.**

 

Here you can view an entire list of your current pages and drafts.

Here you can view an entire list of your current pages and drafts.

**Note: Notice that to the right of the first page on the list entitled “Creating a Draft” it reads “Draft” in black. That means this page has not been published to your site yet, therefore no one can view that page besides yourself.**

When you find the name of the page you would like to edit, hold your cursor over it. You will see a list appear underneath the name. The list should give you four options: Edit, Quick Edit, Delete, and View.

By hovering over the page you want to edit, four more options will appear: Edit, Quick Edit, Delete, and View.

By hovering over the page you want to edit, four more options will appear: Edit, Quick Edit, Delete, and View.

Editing Your Page

To edit the page, you can either choose Edit from this list, or simply click on the name of the page. Choosing Quick Edit will not allow you to change the contents of the page but rather things such as privacy, name, author, etc. We will talk more in depth about these options later.

Viewing Your Page

View will take you to the live view of your page as it stands at that moment. If you choose View, you can navigate back to your page by scrolling to the bottom of the page and clicking Edit.

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