5 Steps to complete
Read more: Managing Custom Admin and External Pages
In the Web Office Admin, navigate to: Custom Admin Pages > Manage Custom Pages.
Click the +Add Custom Admin Page button.
The New Page window displays.
Enter the name for this custom page.
Note: The Page URL auto-fills to match the custom page’s name.
If you want to have a different URL (for example, a shorter version of custom page’s name, click the EDIT URL button and then in the Page URL section, specify the URL information.
Enter the custom page information using the available editors. For more information on the available editors, see Customizable Web Content.
If you are not using Rich Text, select the desired editor tab(s) and enter the custom page’s information.
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 on using the TinyMCE Text Editor, see TinyMCE Text Editor.
Warning: It’s recommended that if you’d like to use the Rich Text Editor that you switch before you enter any content into the Widget Content Editor. The Rich Text Editor will remove certain HTML tags, such as
script, which can cause loss of markup.
When finished, click the SAVE button.
Note: In the Web Office Admin navigation bar, under Custom Admin Pages, you’re added pages will appear in the section once the Web Office Admin page is refreshed.
In the Custom Admin Pages List, click an drag the custom admin page configuration to change the order it appears in the Custom Admin Pages section.
To edit, click the Edit icon to open the Edit Custom Admin Page pop-up window. Make any adjustments and click SAVE, or click the Trash icon to delete the configuration.
You now know how to create your own custom Web Office Admin Page.