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  Table of Contents
 
  Logging In
  File Manager
  Changing Into a Folder
  Creating a New Folder
  Creating a New File
  Copying a File
  Uploading a File
  Viewing a File
  Editing a File
  The WYSIWYG Editor and commands
  Image Manager
  Renaming a File or Folder
  Deleting a File or Folder
  Logging Out

 
 
Logging In
 
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  To Login, simply enter your username and password and click the login button. If you are having problems logging in, check that your CAPS-LOCK key is NOT on and that you are entering the correct username and password.

 
File Manager
 
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  The File Manager is where you can see your web-files and web-folders

You will see the size and the date last modified shown for each file and folder.

You can perform general maintenance on your site from the File Manager - upload, create, view, rename and delete files and rename, delete and create folders.

All folders are represented with the folder icon and files with the file icon .

The Current Working Directory, located directly above the Editable Content, will refect at all times your current location in the file system. (The current folder you are in)

 
Changing Into a Folder
 
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  To change into a folder, select the desired folder and click on the folder's underlined name.

Current Working Directory (located just on top of your folder and file listing) will change to reflect your current folder.

If you are allowed to go back up a folder, you will see a '[ Up One Level ]' link. Select this link to go back up a folder.

 
Creating a new Folder
 
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  To create a new folder, click the 'Create Folder' button at the bottom of the File Manager.

This will take you to another screen that prompts for a name for the new folder.

Enter the name you desire and click 'OK', or click 'Cancel' to go back to the File Manager.

Valid folder names consist of alphanumeric characters (a-z, A-Z 0-9), the underscore '_' or a dash '-'.

A valid folder name can also have a single optional dot in the name '.'.

 
Creating a new File
 
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  To create a new file, click the 'Create File' button at the bottom of the File Manager..

This will take you to another screen that has a drop-down menu of templates you can use on a file.

Once you have selected a template, enter a name for the new file.

Valid file names consist of alphanumeric characters (a-z, A-Z 0-9), the underscore '_' or a dash '-'.

A valid file name must have a single dot '.' and be followed by an extension.

To preview the template selected, click on the 'Preview' button.

To create the file once you have entered the new file name, click 'OK'. Click 'Cancel' to go back to the File Manager.

 
Copying a File
 
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  To copy a file, click the copy link in the file manager.

This will take you to another screen that prompts for a name for the new file.

Enter the name you desire and click 'OK', or click 'Cancel' to go back to the File Manager.

Valid file names consist of alphanumeric characters (a-z, A-Z 0-9), the underscore '_' or a dash '-'.

A valid file name can also have a single optional dot in the name '.'.

 
Uploading a File
 
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  To upload a file, click the 'Upload File' button at the bottom of the File Manager.

This will take you to another screen that requires a file to upload.

Click the 'Browse' button to open a 'Choose File' box that allows you to select a local file to upload.

Once the file has been selected, click 'OK' to begin uploading the file, or click 'Cancel' to be taken back to the File Manager.

Uploads may take a minute or two depending on the speed of your Internet connection.

 
Viewing a file
 
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  To view a file, select the desired file and click on the 'View' link. The file will be shown in a pop-up window.

Close the window to return to the File Manager.

 
Editing a file
 
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  To edit a file, select the desired file and click on the 'Edit' link.

You will be taken to the WYSIWYG Editor screen.

A full description of WYSIWYG Editor commands can be found here.

 
The WYSIWYG Editor and commands
 
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Save
  Save without exiting
To save changes you have made to a file (without exiting) you can either:
Click the 'Save' icon or Use the save drop down, and choose ‘save’
or
Use a shortcut to save: ‘Ctrl + S’
NB. Once you have saved a document, you cannot ‘undo’ any changes prior to the save.
    Save & Exit
To save changes you have made to a file and exit:Click the 'Save' drop down Choose ‘save and exit’
The file will be saved and you will be taken back to the File Manager.
    Revert to last saved version
To discard changes and revert to the last saved version of the file:
Click the 'Save' drop downChoose ‘revert’
You will be asked “Are you sure you want to discard changes and revert to the last saved file?”
Answering “Ok” will take you back to the last saved version of the file, answering “Cancel” will not discard your changes.
Cancel without Saving
  To cancel changes without saving:
Click the 'Cancel Without Saving' icon. A dialog box will appear, asking for confirmation.
You will be asked “Are you sure you want to cancel without saving changing?”
Answering “Ok” will take you back to the file manager without saving any changes
Answering “Cancel” will keep you in the file and will not discard your changes.
Switch Editing Mode (Text or WYSIWYG)
  To switch between editing modes, click the 'Switch Editing Mode (Text or WYSIWYG)' icon.

This will toggle between the editing modes (Text - showing all the HTML or WYSIWYG - showing the content of the page).

Note that the status bar (at the bottom of the window) will reflect the editing mode currently in use.

This is recommended for advanced users only.
Show Preview
 

To show a preview of the page being edited:
Click the 'Show Preview' icon. This will bring up a pop-up window previewing the page being edited.
Click the “Show Preview’ drop-down menu to choose from the preview sizes:
800 x 600 (ctrl+F12)
640 x 480
1024 x 768

Print
  To print a page being edited:
Click the 'print' icon. This will print the document to your default printer.
Spell Check (F7)
  To check spelling, select the text you would like to spell check (if you do not select the text, then your whole document will be checked)

Click on the spell checker icon or right click on the mouse and scroll down to ‘Check spelling’.

You will be taken to the first incorrectly spelled word. You can then choose to
- Change the incorrectly spelled word with the suggested words provided
- Ignore the incorrectly spelled word (i.e. not make any changes to it)

To check spelling of a single word, highlight the word and right click on the mouse to get a selection of suggested replacements. To replace the miss-spelt word with one of the suggested words, simple select one of the replacements.

Cut (Ctrl+X)
  To cut a portion of the document (image or text):
Highlight the desired portion and click the 'Cut' icon (keyboard shortcut – ctrl + x),
or
Click the right mouse button on the desired portion and choose ‘cut’
Copy (Ctrl+C)
  To copy a portion of the document:
Highlight the desired portion and click the 'Copy' icon (keyboard shortcut - ctrl+c),
or
Click the right mouse button on the desired portion and choose ‘copy’ If you want to copy multiple items that can’t be highlighted together with the cursor, then hold down the control key and highlight the areas you need copying with the mouse cursor.
Paste (Ctrl+V)
 

To paste a portion that has already been cut (or copied):

Select where you want to place the desired portion on the page and click the 'Paste' icon (keyboard shortcut – ctrl+v), or Click the right mouse button on the desired portion and choose ‘paste'.

To paste from Microsoft Word, click on the drop-down tab and select the ‘Paste from MS Word’ option (control D)

Paste from Word (Ctrl+D)
 

To paste a portion that has already been cut (or copied):

Select where you want to place the desired portion on the page and click the 'Paste' icon (keyboard shortcut – ctrl+v), or Click the right mouse button on the desired portion and choose ‘paste'.

To paste from Microsoft Word, click on the drop-down tab and select the ‘Paste from MS Word’ option (control D)

Find and Replace
  To find and replace words or phrases within the text:

Select the search and replace feature. Enter the word or phrase you wish to replace and type it in the “Find what” field

Select the new word or phrase you wish to replace the searched text with in the ‘Replace with’ field.

You can choose to ‘find next’ which allows you to manually replace instances of the searched text, or you can choose ‘replace all’ which allows you to replace all instances of the selected text.

Selecting the optional ‘Match Case’ tab allows you to search for a word or phrase with exactly the same upper or lower-case spelling of the word or phrase entered in ‘Find What’. Not selecting this option means that a word entered in the ‘Find what’ field with upper case characters will return a search of upper and lower case matches of the same word.

Selecting the optional ‘Match whole word only’ tab allows the search to only display the words that are an exact match of the word or phrase entered in the ‘Find What’ field.

Undo (Ctrl+Z)
  To undo the last change:
Click the 'Undo' icon (keyboard shortcut – ctrl+z). Each consecutive click will undo the previous change to the document.
Redo (Ctrl+Y)
  To redo the last change:
Click the 'Redo' icon (keyboard shortcut - ctrl+y). Each consecutive click will repeat the last change to the document.
Remove Text Formatting
  To remove all text formatting (eg Bold, Font type, font size etc) on selected text, select the desired text and click the 'remove text formatting' icon.
Bold (Ctrl+B)
  To bold text:
Select the desired portion of text and click the 'Bold' icon
(keyboard shortcut – ctrl + b).

Each consecutive click will toggle this function on and off.
To find out whether existing text is bold, highlight the text with the cursor. If the ‘bold’ button is indented, then the text has been formatted to ‘bold’.
Underline (Ctrl+U)
  To underline text:
Select the desired portion of text and click the 'Underline' icon
(keyboard shortcut – ctrl+u).

Each consecutive click will toggle this function on and off.
To find out whether existing text is underlined, highlight the text with the cursor. If the ‘underline’ button is indented, then the text has been formatted to ‘underline’.
Italic (Ctrl+I)
  To convert text to italic:
Select the desired portion of text and click the 'Italic' icon
(keyboard shortcut – ctrl+ i).

Each consecutive click will toggle this function on and off.
To find out whether existing text is italic, highlight the text with the cursor. If the ‘italic’ button is indented, then the text has been formatted to ‘italic’.
Strikethrough
  To format text as strike through Select the text you want formatted by highlighting it and select the ‘Strike through’ icon.

Each consecutive click will toggle this feature on and off

Insert Number List
 

To start a numbered text list:
Click the 'Insert Numbered List' icon. If text has already been selected, the selection will be converted to a numbered list.
Each consecutive click will toggle this function on and off.

Insert Bullet List
  To start a bullet text list:
Click the 'Insert Bullet List' icon. If text has already been selected, the selection will be converted to a bullet list.
Each consecutive click will toggle this function on and off.
Decrease Indent
  To decrease indent of a paragraph:
1. Click the 'Decrease Indent' icon.
2. Highlight the portion of text needing indenting and click the icon.
Each consecutive click will move text further to the left.
Increase Indent
  To increase indent of a paragraph:
Click the 'Increase Indent' icon. Highlight the portion of text needing indenting and click the icon.
Each consecutive click will move text further to the right.
Align Left
  To align to the left:
Make a selection in the document and click the 'Align Left' icon.
Align Center
  To align to the center:
Make a selection in the document and click the 'Align Center' icon.
Align Right
  To align to the right:
Make a selection in the document and click the 'Align Right' icon.
Align Justify
  To align justify:
Make a selection in the document and click the 'Align Justify' icon.
Create / Modify HyperLink
 

To create a hyperlink:

Select text/image to create the link on

Click the 'Create / Modify HyperLink' icon. A HyperLink window will appear, split into two sections. The top section ('Link Information') will have existing link information, if the object you selected already had a link.

You can also type the full URL of the page you want to link to in the URL text box.

You can also enter the target window information (optional) and an anchor name (if linking to an anchor - optional). This is if you want to reference a different section of the same file

You can specify the file extension you need.

The bottom section contains a cut-down version of the 'File Manager'.
You can use this to navigate through your site's files and folders. When you have found the file you want to link to, click the 'Get Link Location' link next to that page.

The information will be automatically updated in the 'Link Information' portion of the page.

When finished, click the 'Insert Link' button to insert the HyperLink you just created, or click 'Remove Link' to remove an existing link.

Clicking 'Cancel' will close the window and take you back to the editor.

To modify an existing hyperlink:

Select the link and click on the 'Create / Modify HyperLink' icon.

The HyperLink window will appear.

Make your changes and select the 'Insert Link' button. Select ‘remove link’ to remove an existing link.

Create Email Link
 

To create an email link:
Select text or an image on the web page you are editing where you would like the link to appear.
Click the 'Create Email Link' icon.
In the dialogue box, type the email address for the link and the subject of the email.
When finished, click the 'Insert Link' button to insert the email link, or 'Cancel' to close the box.
To modify the email link, select (highlight) it with the cursor and click on the ‘Create Email Link’ icon and change the link information as required.

Insert / Modify Anchor
  To insert an anchor:

Select the desire spot on the page you are editing and click the ‘Insert or Modify anchor’ icon. In the dialog box, type in the name for the anchor and click ‘Insert Anchor’, or ‘Cancel’ to close the box.

An anchor icon will appear on the page where the anchor was specified. To move the anchor, simple click and drag the icon to where it is required. To view the icon once you have made the move, toggle the ‘show guidlelines’ icon on and off.

To modify an anchor, select the anchor icon (displayed when Guidelines are switched on)
and click the 'Insert or Modify Anchor' icon. Make your changes and hit the 'Modify Anchor' button or click 'Cancel' to close the window.

Font
  To change the font of text, select the desired portion of text and click the 'Font' drop-down menu.

Select the desired font (choose from Default - Times New Roman, Arial, Verdana, Tahoma, Courier New or Georgia).
Font Size
  To change the size of text, select the desired portion of text and click the 'Size' drop-down menu.

Select the desired size (text size 1-7).
Format
  To change the format of text, select the desired portion of text and click the 'Format' drop-down menu.

Select the desired format (choose from Normal, and Heading1 - Heading6).
Style
 

To change the style of text, images, form objects, tables, table cells etc:

Select the desired element and click the 'Style' drop-down menu, which will display all styles defined in the style-sheet.
Select the desired style from the menu.

Note: this dropdown menu will not contain any styles to select from if there is no style-sheet applied to the page.

Superscript
  To convert text to superscript (vertically aligned higher):
Select the desired portion of text and click the 'Superscript' icon. Each consecutive click will toggle this function on and off.
To find out whether existing text is superscript, highlight the text with the cursor. If the ‘superscript’ button is indented, then the text has been formatted to ‘superscript’.
Subscript
  To convert text to subscript (vertically aligned lower):
Select the desired portion of text and click the 'subscript' icon. Each consecutive click will toggle this function on and off.
To find out whether existing text is subscript, highlight the text with the cursor. If the ‘subscript’ button is indented, then the text has been formatted to ‘subscript’.
Font Color
  To change the colour of text, select the desired portion of text and click the 'Colour' drop-down menu.

Select the desired colour from the large selection in the drop-down menu.
Highlight Color
  To highlight font:
Select the desired portion of text and Click the 'Highlight' drop-down menu.Select the desired color from the large selection in the drop-down menu.
Insert Table
  To insert a table, select the desired location, then click the 'Table Functions' icon.

Select "Insert Table" from the drop down menu

A new window will pop-up with the following fields: Rows - number of rows in table; Columns - number of columns in table; Width - width of table; BgColour - background colour of table; Cell Padding - padding around cells; Cell Spacing - spacing between cells and Border - border around cells.

Fill in table details then click the 'Insert Table' button to insert table, or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.
Modify Table Properties
    To modify table properties, select a table or click anywhere inside the table to modify, then select the 'Modify Table' link from the table functions menu.

A pop-up window will appear with the table's properties. Click the 'Modify Table Properties' button to save your changes, or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.

Note: this function will not work if a table has not been selected.
Modify Cell Properties
    To modify cell properties, click inside the cell to modify, then click the table properties icon to show the 'Modify Cell Properties' link.

A pop-up window will appear with the cells' properties.

Click the 'Modify Form Properties' button to save your changes, or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.

Note: this function will not work if a cell has not been selected and does not work across multiple cells.
Insert Row Above
    To insert row above, click inside cell above which to insert a row, then click the table properties icon to show the 'Insert Row Above' link.

Each consecutive click will insert another row above the selected cell.

Note: this function will not work if a cell has not been selected.
Insert Row Below
    To insert row below, click inside cell below which to insert a row, then click the table properties icon to show the 'Insert Row Below' link.

Each consecutive click will insert another row below the selected cell.

Note: this function will not work if a cell has not been selected.
Delete Row
    To delete a row, click inside cell which is in the row to be deleted, then click the table properties icon to show the 'Delete Row' link.

Note: this function will not work if a cell has not been selected.
Insert Column After
    To insert column after, click inside cell after which to insert a column, then click the table properties icon to show the 'Insert Column After' link.

Each consecutive click will insert another column after the selected cell.

Note: this function will not work if a cell has not been selected.
Insert Column Before
    To insert column before, click inside cell before which to insert a column, then click the table properties icon to show the 'Insert Column After' link.

Each consecutive click will insert another column before the selected cell.

Note: this function will not work if a cell has not been selected.
Delete Column
    To delete a column, click inside cell which is in the column to be deleted, then click the table properties icon to show the 'Delete Column' link.

Note: this function will not work if a cell has not been selected.
Increase Column Span
    To insert column span, click inside cell who's span is to be increased, then click the table properties icon to show the 'Increase Column Span' link.

Each consecutive click will further increase the column span of the selected cell.

Note: this function will not work if a cell has not been selected.
Decrease Column Span
    To decrease column span, click inside cell who's span is to be decreased, then click the table properties icon to show the 'Decrease Column Span' link.

Each consecutive click will further decrease the column span of the selected cell. Note: this function will not work if a cell has not been selected.
Insert Form
  To insert a form, select desired position then click the 'Insert Form' icon.
Select desired position then click the 'Insert Form' icon. A new window will pop-up with the following fields: ‘Name’ - name of form; ‘Action’ - location of script that processes the form and ‘Method’ - post, get or none. (Shortcut key for this operation is ctrl + m)Fill in form details or leave blank for a blank form.
When finished, click the 'Insert Form' button to insert form, or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.
Modify Form Properties
  To modify form properties, click anywhere inside the form to modify, then click the 'Modify Form Properties' icon.

A pop-up window will appear with the form's properties.

Click the 'Modify Form Properties' button to save your changes, or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor. Note: this function will not work if a form has not been selected.
Insert / Modify Text Field
  To insert a text field, select desired position then click the 'Insert/Modify Text Field' icon.

A pop-up window will appear with the following attributes: Name - name of text field; Character width - the width of the text field, in characters; Type - type of text field (Text or Password); Initial value - initial text in field and Maximum characters - maximum number of characters allowed.

Set the attributes then click the 'Insert Text Field' button to insert text field, or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.

To modify a text field's properties, select desired text field and click the 'Insert/Modify Text Field' icon.

A pop-up window will appear with the text field's attributes.

Modify any attributes desired, then click the 'Modify Text Field' button to save changes, or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.
Insert / Modify Text Area
  To insert a text area, select desired position then click the 'Insert/Modify Text Area' icon

A pop-up window will appear with the following attributes: Name - name of text area; Character width - the width of the text area, in characters; Initial value - initial text in area and Lines - number of lines allowed in the text area.

Set the attributes then click the 'Insert Text Field' button to insert the text area, or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.

To modify a text area's properties, select desired text area and click the 'Insert/Modify Text Area' icon.

A pop-up window will appear with the text area's attributes.

Modify any attributes desired, then click 'Modify Text Area' button to save changes, or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.
Insert / Modify Hidden Area
  To insert a hidden field, select desired position then click the 'Insert/Modify Hidden Field' icon.

A pop-up window will appear with the following attributes: Name - name of hidden field and Initial value - initial value of hidden field.

Set the attributes then click the 'Insert Hidden Field' button to insert the hidden field, or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.

To modify a hidden field's properties, select desired hidden field and click the 'Insert/Modify Hidden Field' icon.

A pop-up window will appear with the hidden field's attributes.

Modify any attributes desired, then click 'Modify Hidden Field' button to save changes or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.
Insert / Modify Button
  To insert a button, select desired position then click the 'Insert/Modify Button' icon.

A pop-up window will appear with the following attributes: Name - name of text area; Type - type of button (Submit, Reset or Button) and Initial value - initial text on the button.

Set the attributes then click 'Insert Button' to insert button, or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.

To modify a button's properties, select desired button and click the 'Insert/Modify Button' icon.

A pop-up window will appear with the button's attributes.

Modify any attributes desired, then click 'Modify Hidden Field' button to save changes or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.
Insert / Modify Checkbox
  To insert a checkbox, select desired position then click the 'Insert/Modify Checkbox' icon.

A pop-up window will appear with the following attributes: Name - name of checkbox; Initial state - checked or unchecked and Initial value - value of checkbox.

Set the attributes then click the 'Insert Checkbox' button to insert the checkbox, or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.

To modify a checkbox' properties, select desired checkbox and click the 'Insert/Modify Checkbox' icon.

A pop-up window will appear with the checkbox' attributes.

Modify any attributes desired, then click 'Modify Checkbox' button to save changes or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.
Insert / Modify Radio button
  To insert a radio button, select desired position then click the 'Insert/Modify Radio Button' icon.

A pop-up window will appear with the following attributes: Name - name of radio button; Initial state - checked or unchecked and Initial value - value of radio button.

Set the attributes then click 'Insert Radio Button' to insert the radio button, or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.

To modify a checkbox' properties, select desired checkbox and click the 'Insert/Modify Radio Button' icon.

A pop-up window will appear with the checkbox' attributes.

Modify any attributes desired, then click 'Modify Radio Button' button to save changes or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.
Insert / Modify Image
  This will open the Image Manager. Click here for more help on the image manager.
Insert Text Box
  To add a text box anywhere within the page, select the location where you want the text box to reside in the active window and click on the ‘insert text box icon’ that will place a text box where you have specified.

To resize the text box, click on the text box frame (turn ‘show/hide guidelines’ on if you cannot see the textbox outline). Then click on side/corner of the frame you wish to resize from and drag to a size you require. The text you type will be contained within the text box and will stretch to the size of the text box.

Insert Horizontal Line
  To insert a horizontal line:
Select the location to insert the line and click the 'Insert Horizontal Line' icon.
Insert Special Characters
  To insert a special character, click the 'Insert Special Character' icon.

A pop-up window will appear with a list of special characters.

Click the icon of the character to insert, then click the 'Insert Character' button to insert, or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.
Modify Page Properties
  To modify page properties, click the 'Modify Page Properties' icon.

A pop-up window will appear with page attributes: Page Title - title of page; Description - description of page; Background Image - The URL of the image curently set as the page background image; Keywords - keywords page is to be recognized by; Background Colour - the background colour of page; Text Colour - colour of text in page and Link Colour - the colour of links in page.

When finished modifying, click the 'Modify Page' button to save changes, or click 'Cancel' to go back to the editor.
Clean Up HTML Code
  To clean HTML code, click the 'Clean HTML Code' icon.

This will remove any empty span and paragraph tags, all xml tags, all tags that have a colon in the tag name (i.e. ) and remove style and class attributes.

This is useful when copying and pasting from Microsoft Word documents to remove unnecessary HTML code.
Toggle Absolute Positioning
  To position a text box or image using absolute positioning, select the ‘absolute positioning’ icon and click and drag an image or text box to the location you would like it to reside within the active window.

Turn ‘show/hide guidelines’ on if you cannot see the textbox outline.

Show / Hide Guidelines
  To show or hide guidelines, click the 'Show/Hide Guidelines' icon.

This will toggle between displaying table and form guidelines and not showing any guidelines at all.

Tables and cells will have a broken grey line around them, forms will have a broken red line around them, while hidden fields will be a pink square when showing guidelines.

Note that the status bar (at the bottom of the window) will reflect the guidelines mode currently in use.

 
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The Image Manager is where you can see your image files and image folders.

You will see the size and the date last accessed shown for folder.

Each image will be previewed as a thumbnail.

You can perform general maintenance on your images from the Image Manager - insert, set as background, upload, view, rename, copy and delete images and rename, delete and create folders.

All folders are represented with the folder icon and the files with their own thumbnail.

The Current Working Directory, located directly above the Images, will refect at all times your current location in the file system, relative to your document root.

Viewing an Image
To view an image, select the desired image and click on the 'View' link.

The image will be shown in a pop-up window in it's full size.
Close the window to return to the Image Manager.

Inserting an Image
To insert an image, click the 'Insert' link in the image browser next to the image to be inserted.

Set background Image
To set an image as a background image, click the 'Backgd' link in the image browser next to the image to be set.

The image will be set as the current page background image.

Renaming an Image or a Folder
To rename, select the desired image or folder and click on the 'Rename' link.

This will take you to another screen that requires a new name for the image/folder.

Enter a valid name and click 'OK' to rename, or click 'Cancel' to be taken back to the Image Manager.

Valid image names consist of alphanumeric characters (a-z, A-Z 0-9), the underscore '_' or a dash '-'.

A valid image name must have a single dot '.' and be followed by an extension.

Valid image extensions are specified in the configuration file.

Copying an image
To copy an image, click the 'Copy' link in the image browser next to the image to be copied.

This will take you to another screen that prompts for a name for the new image.

Enter the name you desire and click 'OK', or click 'Cancel' to go back to the Image Browser.

Valid file names consist of alphanumeric characters (a-z, A-Z 0-9), the underscore '_' or a dash '-'.

A valid file name can also have a single optional dot in the name '.'.

Copying a folder
To copy a folder, select the desired folder and click on the 'Copy' link.

This will take you to another screen that prompts for a name for the new folder.

Enter the name you desire and click 'OK', or click 'Cancel' to go back to the Image Browser.

Valid folder names consist of alphanumeric characters (a-z, A-Z 0-9), the underscore '_' or a dash '-'.

Deleting an Image or folder
To delete, select the desired image or folder and click on the 'Delete' link.

You will be prompted for confirmation of the deletion.

If you are sure you wish to delete the selected image/folder, click 'OK'.

Clicking on 'Cancel' will take you back to the Image Manager.

Uploading an Image
To upload an image, click the 'Upload Image' button at the bottom of the Image Browser.

This will take you to another screen that prompts for an image to upload.

Click the 'Browse' button to open a 'Choose File' box that allows you to select a local image to upload.

Once the file has been selected, click 'OK' to begin uploading the file, or click 'Cancel' to be taken back to the Image Manager

Upon sucessful upload of the image, you will be taken back to the Image Manager.


Changing Into a Folder
To change into a folder, select the desired folder and click on the folder's underlined name.

Current Working Directory (located just on top of your folder and file listing) will change to reflect your current folder.

If you are allowed to go back up a folder, you will see a '[ Up One Level ]' link. Select this link to go back up a folder.

Creating a New Folder
To create a new folder, click the 'Create Folder' button at the bottom of the Image Browser.

This will take you to another screen that prompts for a name for the new folder.

Enter the name you desire and click 'OK', or click 'Cancel' to go back to the Image Browser.

Valid folder names consist of alphanumeric characters (a-z, A-Z 0-9), the underscore '_' or a dash '-'.

A valid folder name can also have a single optional dot in the name '.'.


 
Renaming a File or Folder
 
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  To rename, locate the desired file / folder and click on the 'Rename' link.

This will take you to another screen that requires a new name for the file / folder.

Enter a valid name and click 'OK' to rename, or click 'Cancel' to be taken back to the File Manager.

 
Deleting a File or Folder
 
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  To delete a file or folder, locate the desired file or folder and click on the 'Delete' link.

You will be prompted for confirmation of the deletion.

If you are sure you wish to delete the selected file/folder, click 'OK'. Clicking on 'Cancel' will take you back to the File Manager.

 
Logging Out
 
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  To Logout, click the 'Logout' link from the File Manager. It is always good practice to log out after you have completed your work.