Are you pasting from MS Word? If so, don't forget to use the Clear Formatting tool in the HTML Editor. Highlight the text that you just pasted on the page and then click on Clear Formatting.
Deleting a page removes it permanently from your site. Links to the URL will break, and it will no longer exist in the CMS. It will also delete any sub-menus under that page. No trace of the page will remain in the CMS. Any links to the page will fail and result in an error message (404).
Disabling a page removes it from your public website, and also hides it on your admin screens. Links to the URL will break. Use this when you want to thoroughly remove a page from your site, but do not want to delete the data, which might be useful to keep around. This does not automatically un-publish the page, so you should do that first if you also want links to the page to fail (404) and/or not show up in search engines.
Archiving a page tells the system that you are not working on this page anymore. It disappears from your pages in your CMS tools, which helps to reduce clutter. You can find it under the "Archives" link in the Website Manager if you need to. However, the page still exists in your website and continues to works normally. You do this because you don't want old links to break, and you want to keep the SEO that the page has earned. This does not automatically remove the page from menus and site maps; to do that, you should also set the page visibility (located under configure page) to something appropriate such as hidden.
This is determined based on what is going to be on your web page.
Static: all pages that contain simple content only i.e text, images, photo galleries.
Dynamic: all pages that are members-only or contain modules that need to update automatically i.e event calendar, event registrations, etc.To edit these settings, go to My Website or Website Manager can click 'configure'.
Here are some reasons why admins should not rename web page filenames.
Ask why you are doing this - if it's to make a copy of your page, read this.
When you are using the editor, click on the image icon → Insert Image → Image Properties → Alignment → choose left, center or right. This will push the image to that side of the page, and the text will wrap around it.
No. Any content deleted in ExSite goes into the Trash bin, where it can be recovered. The trash icon is located in the last row of the Control Panel. If for some reason you can't find your content in the Trash, every site using ExSite is backed up every night, so just give us a call and we can recover an older version of the site.
Cancelling registrations is easy. Go to the roster, and click on the registration # in the leftmost column. Click the cancel button. This will also automatically cancel any activities under it. (If you are only cancelling an activity registration, it does not affect the main registration or other activities.)
Note that this does not issue any refunds for the cancelled registration. Whether or not you need to do this depends on your cancellation policy. If a full refund is in order, you can go to the Payments module, visit the invoice in question, and use the refund tool to issue the refund. If a partial refund (or refund less an admin fee) is required, then you may need to put together a custom invoice using the Point of Sale module.