Editing a page or subpage

Editing the text using the HTML wysiwyg editor.

You can edit the text in your pages, subpages and freeform pages in your project.

The HTML editor screen can be used for editing HTML, and Activity Table components. The HTML editor uses pre-defined style sheets to help you maintain a consistent look throughout your project home page.

The toolbar used in the wysiwyg editor supports basic features such as; font, table, and link controls. When you are working with an HTML block using the wysiwyg editor:

  1. You can select some text, and click the Link button. This opens the Link dialog. One of the options in this dialog is the Link list that allows you to select a freeform page that is associated with the current page.
  2. Make the changes you require in your project.
  3. Add text content to any page in your project.

To upload an image

You can upload images using the HTML wysiwyg Editor. For example, if you were to do the following:

  1. Click the link Edit to edit the HTML component in your project.
  2. Click the Insert/Add Image toolbar button.
  3. Click the Browse button next to the image link field.
  4. Use the uploader dialog box to select an image from your local machine.
  5. Click Upload >Insert >Save.

The image is uploaded and is displayed in the project pages. You may also use a previously uploaded image by using the Image List dropdown option on the Add Image dialog box.

Note: The image should not be more than 10 mb in size and the permitted formats are jpg, gif, or png.

Note: When you save an HTML file from the project page, the saved content will include all of the project page content, for example, the navigation links. If you want to save only the HTML file content then you can access the file content in the Version Control directory by accessing the HTML file directly.

Note: Some HTML screen styles are managed by the CollabNet CSS class attributes. These settings will take precedence over any font styles, such as bold and italic, that you may apply through the wysiwyg editor.

Note: If you are using an unsupported browser like Safari or have javascript disabled, you will still be able to edit the HTML through the HTML editor. Instead of a WYSIWYG edit field and toolbar, you will see the raw HTML to modify. To save your changes, for both WYSIWYG and non-javascript editing, press the save button below the text area.

To enable javascript in your browser (Internet Explorer):

  1. Click Tools > Internet Options.
  2. Select the tab Security under the Internet Options dialog box.
  3. Select Internet and click the button Custom Level.
  4. Enable all the options under Scripting.