This tool uses the TinyMCE Text Editor has many of the text editing tools that you would find in Microsoft Word or Google Docs. Text can be formatted, images and videos can be inserted, and source code can be added.
What We’ll Cover
- Finding the Page
- Creating a Custom Web Office Page
- Using the Custom Content Editor
- Saving the Page
- Deleting a Custom Web Office Page
Finding the Page
In Web Office Admin, navigate to: Code Customization > Custom Office Pages.
Creating a Custom Web Office Page
Important: As a suggestion, create your custom page in the stage environment at first. Once you are satisfied the custom page performs correctly, copy and paste the custom page’s information into the live environment.
- Click the +Add Page button.
The Add Page pop-up window displays. 2. Enter a Name. 3. The Page URL auto-fills to match the custom page’s name. Edit the path name by modifying the text in the Page URL field.
When the custom page is completed and ready for use, you will use the custom URL to link to the custom page within other resources (Navigation, Banners, email campaigns, etc.).
Using the Page Content Editor
For more information on the available editors, see Customizable Web Content.
Translatable strings can be added by adding this to the HTML:
@String("Translatable text here")
If you want to use Rich Text, do the following:
- Click Switch to Rich Text Editor. When the confirmation message displays, click CONVERT TO RICH TEXT EDITOR.
- Enter the custom page’s information. For more information, see TinyMCE Text Editor.
Saving the Page
- Click the Published toggle on in order to publish the page now after you save the configuration.
- The rest of the settings are Multi-Faceted Configuration (MFC). Enter your specific configurations for who can view the page.
- When finished, click SAVE.
If you want this custom page to be listed (visible) in the Web Office, add the custom page to the navigation. For more information, see Adding Web Office Navigation Links.
Deleting a Custom Web Office Page
While you can delete a custom page, it is recommended that you remove the custom page from the navigation. un-publish it, confirm it is not set to Always Show, and that the end date is set to the current date or earlier.
This way the custom page is still available to customize at a later time. Another option is to delete it in the live environment but not the stage environment.
- Click the icon for the custom page you wish to delete.
The Edit Page window displays.
- Click the icon in the pop-up window.
- When the message displays confirming your deletion, click Delete to remove the page; otherwise, click Cancel.
- If this custom page was added to the navigation in Web Office, delete the link. For more information, see Adding Web Office Navigation Links.