Contents

  1. Overview

  2. Entering edit mode

  3. Logging in to Wurd

  4. Formatting

    1. Updating the URL to enter edit mode

    2. How to do this for different languages

  5. Editing content on your page

    1. Editing images

    2. Editing text

    3. Editing lists

  6. Editing meta data

  7. Publishing changes


Overview

Storeganise's custom content management system (CMS) is called Wurd. Wurd allows you to edit content, images, lists, metadata, etc of your Storeganise website. See below about accessing edit mode, logging in to Wurd and making updates to your site's content.


Formatting

Wurd (CMS) use Markdown for formatting. Markdown is a lightweight markup language for creating formatted text using a plain-text editor, you can create lists, tables, titles, etc.

For more information, you can check the Markdown cheatsheet for formatting examples and use Markdown editor to create texts.

Note: Copy/paste from Google Docs or Microsoft Word doesn't work


Entering edit mode

Updating the URL to enter edit mode

To be able to edit content on your website, you need to be in 'Edit' mode. To do this:

  1. Go to the page you want to edit e.g. 'storageco.com'.

  2. At the end of the URL of your page, add '?edit' e.g. 'storageco.com?edit'

  3. Now you are in 'Edit' mode.

  4. If you aren't logged in to Wurd, please follow the instructions below.

How to do this for different languages

If you have different versions of your website for different languages, you can edit specific content for specific languages. For example, if you want to edit the Spanish content on your website:

  1. Go to the page you want to edit and add the following to the end of the URL: '?edit&lang=es' e.g. 'storageco.com?edit&lang=es'

  2. The 'es' part of the URL represents Spanish. For example:

    French would be '?edit&lang=fr'

    German would be '?edit&lang=de'

    Swedish would be '?edit&lang=sv' etc..

  3. Now you are in 'Edit' mode for your specific language.


Logging in to Wurd

Once you are in 'Edit' mode, you need to login to Wurd to edit content on your website.

  1. To log in to Wurd, click on the pencil 🖉 icon in the bottom right-hand corner of your page in 'Edit' mode:

  2. Input your login details:

  3. You are now logged in to Wurd.


Editing content on your page

Now that you are in 'Edit' mode and have logged in to Wurd, you can edit the content on your website.

Editing images

1. Hover over the image with your mouse, and an icon on the top left-hand corner of the image should appear, like this:

2. Click on this icon, and three icons should show up like this:

3. To replace the current image you have, there are 2 options:

  • Upload image: click on the upload 📤 icon (the one furthers to the left) and select the image you want to upload from your computer;

  • Use a URL: if you have an image already on a publicly accessible URL, click on the link 🔗 icon and enter the URL.

4. Click the green tick ✔️ once you have uploaded the image.

Note: Changes are not yet live until published

Editing text

  1. In 'Edit' mode, hover over the text you want to edit.

  2. A pencil 🖉 icon will appear on the top left-hand side of the text:

  3. Click on the pencil icon, and edit the text.

  4. Click on the green tick once finished.

Note: Changes are not yet live until published

Editing lists

Lists represent the same component being used multiple times for different data. Each new item in a list will use the same format but you can edit the content and images for each entry.

  1. Click on the list icon

  2. Then click on plus + icon

  3. In the modal, enter the necessary data then click save.

Note: Changes are not yet live until published


Editing meta data

To edit the meta data on your page:

  1. Click on the 'Edit page metadata' button on the top right-hand corner of the page:

  2. Fill in the meta data for your page:

3. Once you are done, click 'Save'.

Note: Changes are not yet live until published


Publishing changes

Once you have made the necessary changes to a page, you must publish them in order for them to go live on your website. Publishing is done for each page so if you have made changes to different pages, you must publish separately for each page.

When there are new changes not yet published, a green Publish icon will appear in the bottom right of the page. Click this to publish the changes.


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