Web page content is typically accessed through the editable regions on a page. When an editable region is clicked, the WYSIWYG Editor will appear.
After clicking through to edit a page, the Edit view shows the editable regions of a page. The availability of an editable region is indicated by an Edit button, the design of which can be customized. The editable region buttons are shown on a page, either by clicking Edit from the Page Actions toolbar or Edit > Page from within the Pages list view.
For more information, visit the Editable Regions page.
Editing Methods in OU Campus
Pages (typically PCF or HTML files) and includes (typically INC or HTML files) are edited through the WYSIWYG or Source Editor; depending on the implementation, includes may only be able to be edited via the Source Editor. Page parameterscan also be edited
Assets are edited through a plain text editor, mini-WYSIWYG editor, or Source Editor depending on the type of asset.
Images are edited using the Image Editor built into OU Campus.
The following editors/editing methods are available:
What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get, or WYSIWYG for short, is the most common way users edit pages in OU Campus. The WYSIWYG editor allows for editing of pages similarly to the way a page is edited in a word processor.
For more information, visit the WYSIWYG Editor page.
For information about JustEdit, the new WYSIWYG interface released with OU Campus version 10.2, visit the JustEdit page.
MultiEdit allows form-controlled editing for XML and other structured content. Administrators can create form-based templates that present users with an easy-to-follow guide for adding content to a structured layout. Templates can include both style-free form fields and WYSIWYG content editing areas.
For more information, visit the MultiEdit page.
The source code editor allows users to view and edit the actual source code of a given page.
For more information, see the Source Editor page.
Page Properties allow a user to modify the meta data of a page, including the page's title, description, and keywords; custom template settings that have been configured for the page; and the access settings for the page.
For more information, visit the Page Properties page.
The Image Editor allows images to be resized, cropped, and rotated directly in OU Campus. Additionally, users can upload and edit an image in one operation. This helps ensure large images are properly resized before they ever reach the server.
For more information, visit the Image Editor page.