Using the WYSIWYG editor you can easily create custom pages for your end-users to view! Below are some tips for how to get the most out of this feature.
First, make sure you are in the WYSIWYG editor area of Custom Pages:
You can format text to make certain words stand out, for organizational purposes, or for any other reason your organization might have.
After adding text in the text box area, highlight it and click into the 'Format' dropdown area (you can also bold, italicize, bullet point, change the formats, number, or align the text by using the icons under the menu options).
From the Formatting dropdown, you can modify, align, and make certain words Headers, etc.
You will also have the option to clear formatting from this dropdown. This can be used if you copy-paste into this area and the formatting does not look correct.
Using Anchor Links
Anchor links can be used in various ways but the most common reason to utilize them is to provide users a way to jump to specified locations on the page (we used them above in the table of contents area!).
Highlight the text you want the page to jump to
2. Go to 'Insert' and click 'Anchor'
3. Enter a name for the Anchor in the ID box. We recommend naming it something that is easy to remember and has to do with the section the Anchor will jump to.
4. Highlight the word or image that you want users to click on to be brought to the Anchored area. Next, hit the chain icon.
5. In the pop-up box go to the 'Anchors' area and select the Anchor that you will use. All done - great job!
Highlight the wording you wish users to click on
2. In the pop-up add the URL
3. In the 'Target' area you can either select 'None' or 'New Window'. Selecting 'None' will open the page over the current page while 'New Window' will open the page in a new browser window.
Add a Table
Click the 'Table' dropdown
From there pick how many rows and columns you need. You can add more if you need it later!
3. You can also merge cells if needed by clicking Table --> Cell --> Merge cells
More information on Custom Pages can be found here.