The WYSIWYG is where you will do all your site content editing. Your WYSIWYG should look something like the image on the right.

You’ll notice the main text area where you can enter/alter text and generally see the page content.

Above that you have the WYSIWYG toolbar. This offers functionality for formatting text and the layout of elements and this should be similar to those used within Microsoft Word. 

Concrete5 tools

Concrete5 tools

Above the main editor is a Concrete5 toolbar which integrates management features into the editor. 

  • Add image - Opens your file manager to display all images to insert into your content.
  • Add file - Add a link to a file (PDF, Word, Excel doc, etc.)
  • Insert link to page - Create a link to an internal page of your website.
  • Customise toolbar  - Not required for general use.

Row 1

WYSIWYG first row

The first WYSIWYG row provides a range of tools for font styling mainly. 

  • Cut
  • Copy
  • Paste
  • Past test only
  • Paste from Word
  • Find
  • Find and replace
  • Undo
  • Redo
  • Styles - not required for general use
  • Paragraph - selection various heading styles available
  • Font family - not required for general use
  • Font size - increase or decrease font