To edit a page, navigate to that web page when you are logged in, and you will see an “Edit” Tab.
Important note: If a page contains widgets (i.e., if the page has been customized), only Site Builders and Widget Editors can customize pages and edit widgets (contact your Site Builder if you have questions about widgets used on your site, and see Manage Users for more information on roles). The editing process for pages that have been customized is different. See Layouts and Widgets for more information.
Click on the “Edit” tab on a Content Page, News Item, FAQ item, and other similar content types, and you will be able to edit the content by changing the text in the “Body” field and using the editing toolbar to apply some styling (e.g., bold, italics, bullet points).
Note: When editing a page, underneath the "Body" field, there is an "Editor" drop-down menu which contains "WYSIWYG" and "Plain text" editing options. The "WYSIWYG" (What You See Is What You Get) will display the standard editing toolbar (see below), while "Plain text" will not allow for any additional formatting of your text. Selecting "Plain text" might result in unwanted HTML markup on your page, and is not recommended.
A "WYSIWYG", a.k.a. editing toolbar, is available for basic formatting. If you want additional formatting, click on the "Show/hide toolbars" button to display additional formatting options.