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Editing Webpages

Page history last edited by tattersonr17@ecu.edu 6 months, 1 week ago

Note: see Editing the Home Page for specifics on the NASIG site's main page.


Step #1:  Login to https://www.nasig.org/ with your NASIG membership username and password.


Step #2:  In the right corner, click on Admin View. On the navigation bar on the left side click on Website.


Step #3:  In the Website: Navigation Menu folder tree, find the page you want to edit and click on the name of the page.  The page will open up. Click Edit in the upper left corner of the page. Then you will need to click on Content (Click to Edit) on the page you will be editing. Edit content as needed.  


Step #4:  Editing toolbar buttons are the same as in the old system (see below).  Default text spacing is double space.  Force single spacing with shift-enter if desired.  


Step #5:  When edits are complete, click the the Save button.  


Tips for editing pages

  • Use headings tags conscientiously; think about the structure of the document and how one might navigate it (h1 tags for first heading and to mark major sections of the site, h2 to mark clear sections within h1, h3 to mark sections within h2)
  • Use lists for lists of items (don't just make a bunch of paragraphs)
  • Avoid excessive formatting (changing of fonts, colors, etc.)
  • Don't add extra breaks for visual purposes
  • Remember to update pages after deadlines have passed or when information is no longer relevant
  • Preview pages on mobile settings and try to make sure experience is good for all devices


Website changes committees are welcome to do themselves

  • Update information on pages (names, dates, details)
  • Update documents and forms


Website changes that committees should avoid before consulting with CC

  • Creating new pages
  • Deleting existing pages
  • Making changes that will affect the site's overall navigation/hierarchy
  • Making any changes to page templates or site css
  • Making change to homepage or any page not directly related to your committee's work
  • Substantially reformatting a page that is listed in the site's navigation






Note: see Editing the Home Page for specifics on the NASIG site's main page.


Step #1:  Login to https://admin.associationsonline.com with your admin username and password.


Step #2:  In the navigation menu on the left side of the screen, go to Association Management-->Website Management-->Webpages.


Step #3:  In the Webpages: Navigation Menus folder tree , expand the folder with the page you want to edit and click on the name of the page.  The editing interface will open up.


Step #4:  Editing toolbar buttons are the same as in the old system (see below).  Pasting copied text will force as paste-as-text window to open, so pasting from Word is not an issue.  Default text spacing is double space.  Force single spacing with shift-enter if desired.  When linking to another page on the website, omit the domain name (nasig.org) from the url pasted into the Insert/Edit Link dialog box.


Step #5:  When edits are complete, click the Update Webpage button to save.  To view the public page, click on View Website, and navigate to the desired page.  To edit other pages, click the Return to Webpages Home button at the bottom of the editing interface, or click Webpages in the navigation menu at the left.




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