Your storEDGE website comes with custom, search-engine friendly content written by the storEDGE team, including thoughtful, strategized page titles and meta descriptions. The pages your website includes depends on the storEDGE website plan you have. If you’d like to add a page, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. To upgrade your plan, contact our sales department at email@example.com.
You can edit a variety of sections on your storEDGE website. If you’d like to make changes to text or photos on your website, you can do so from your website’s admin. From your page editor, you can:
Edit a page
To edit a page on your website, find the page you’d like to edit from the list of pages in your website’s admin home. To the far right of the page, select Edit.
The page will open. If a field on the page is editable, a border will appear when you hover over it with your cursor. When you click the section, an Edit button will appear. Click Edit to edit this section.
From here, you can type your changes or copy and paste any text you’ve already prepared. Use the formatting bar to apply any formatting changes. To save your changes, click Save.
Your website’s text editor has a variety of options you can use to format text and add elements like hyperlinks and attachments to your pages.
There are a variety of buttons on your text editor. You can select the text type (normal, a variety of heading types, or block quote), text size, and bold, italic, underline, or strikethrough. Additionally, you can select a text color or text background color using the first two buttons in the second row, select text alignment, bulleted or numbered lists, add hyperlinks, or add attachments.
The [...] button allows you to pull in information about your facility that is set in your software, such as your facility name, address, and phone number.
When you are finished adding, editing, or formatting your text, click Save.
Upload photos to your website
Some of the photos on your website can be edited. Only photos that you are permitted to edit will give you an edit option when you click the photo. If you want to change a photo, but you don’t have editing access, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
There are several types of image sections:
- Slideshow: You can upload up to five photos into a slideshow section. Images uploaded in this section will rotate and show one at a time. The first image uploaded within this section is your facility image. On sites that feature more than one facility, this image is used to represent your facility on your All Locations page.
- Image grid: You can upload up to four images into this section. All images uploaded will appear on the page in a grid formation.
- Image: This displays a single image. You can upload up to five images in this section. When you have more than one image displayed in this section, it becomes a slideshow.
To upload a photo, click the image section. If you are permitted to edit the photo, the Edit button will appear. Click Edit.
The next window will allow you to drag and drop an image file into the photo uploader or choose an image from your computer to upload. Enter ALT text for each image and title text. You can also add a link to these images and choose whether you’d like the link to open in the same window or a new window. Adding a link is optional.
When you’ve added the images you want, click Save.
Publish page changes
After you’ve edited and saved changes to a page, your changes will not appear live on your website until you publish your changes.
Publishing from page edit view
When you’re editing a page and want to publish your changes immediately, click the green Publish button at the top right of your screen. Hovering your cursor over this button will also let you know whether or not you have unpublished changes.
Publishing from admin home
From your admin home, you’ll see a red exclamation mark next to any page that has unpublished changes. To publish changes, select Publish in the dropdown next to the page you’d like to publish.
A confirmation will pop up to ensure you’d like to publish the page changes. Click Publish.