Editing Website Builder Pages
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Two Categories of Pages


When we think about editing website pages in Website Builder, there are two categories of pages to keep in mind. First, there are pages built within Website Builder. These can be edited. Second, there are pages that were uploaded/imported into Website Builder. These pages will have limited capacity to be edited, if any. Editing on these pages will most likely have to be done in the original software program that produced them. Then you can re-upload them into Website Builder.


How to Edit a Page


The first step in editing a page is to select the page. You can do this while on the Menu or Pages tab.



  1. Select/highlight the file you want to edit ("Announcements" in the example below).



  2. Click on the "Edit page" icon [] to add or change the content of your web page. Shown below is the Page Editor with the default About Us page information.



  3. Once in the Page Editor, you have access to an editing tool set very much like a word processor such as Word or WordPerfect. You will see the following editing icons:

Standard tab

Advanced tab



By clicking on the question mark icon [], you are able to see what each of the icons does.



Editing Reports and Views from Your Golf Software


Some Reports or Views you upload to Website Builder from League Manager, Handicap System or Tournament Manager "arrive" in a columns and rows table format.  You can tell this by the dotted lines for cell borders when you click the Edit page icon [] to enter the Editor. You can add columns, add rows, change the text, colors, fonts, etc. Some of the reports will arrive in "pure text" form rather than in a table. To edit a Report or View within Website Builder...


  1. Select the Menu tab.



  2. Select/highlight the file you want to edit ("Announcements" in the example below).



  3. Click on the "Edit page" icon [] to add or change the content of your web page. Shown below is the Page Editor with the "Name Addresses and PHone  Numbers: page information.



  4. Once in the Page Editor, you have access to an editing tool set very much like a word processor such as Word or WordPerfect. You will see the following editing icons:

Standard tab

Advanced tab



By clicking on the question mark icon [], you are able to see what each of the icons does.