Site Builder Role

Limited WYSIWYG Toolbar

In regular Content pages and Text widgets, there is a "regular" (full) editing, a.k.a. WYSIWYG, toolbar. However, there are a few features in Open Berkeley that only allow a limited subset of tags.

Edit Site Information

You can edit the name (title) of your site (the text in the banner region of the page, to the right of the Berkeley workmark), or update the email address used for your site if desired.

From your Site Builder dashboard, click "Edit Site Information" under "Other Administration".

Click "Save configuration" when you are done making your edits.

Responsive Tables

Overview

See Add Tables for initial instructions on how to add tables to your site using the editing (WYSIWYG) toolbar.

Tables built on the Open Berkeley platform are designed to be "responsive," meaning they will adjust for optimal display on all devices, including mobile/tablet.

Add Images/Photos

NOTE: Large (high resolution) images may cause performance issues and could possibly cause other site errors. Try to only upload photos that have a file size of 1MB or smaller, especially when selecting the "original size" option (see below embedding instructions).

You can upload images to the website pages via the "Add Media" button on the editing toolbar:

Add Attachments

Summary

Attachments like PDF, Word, Excel, and Powerpoint documents can be added to Open Berkeley sites as downloadable links. You will upload the attachment first, and then add a link that allows site visitors to click and download. File size is limited to 50 MB because larger file sizes can cause degraded performance.

Highcharts Data Widget

The Highcharts widget allows you to embed accessible, interactive data visualizations created using Highcharts Cloud. Dozens of chart types and variations are available, including line, spline, area, column, bar, pie, and scatter charts.

Use and Change Layouts

There are a variety of pre-configured available layouts with a variety of regions (hero, header, sidebar, etc.) on your Open Berkeley pages to help feature and organize your content. To see your layout options and to change layouts, select "Change layout" at the bottom of the page.

Optional Styles

Overview

There are several optional HTML "classes" available that will change some of the default heading, paragraph, table, and list styling in Open Berkeley. To use these styles, you will need to make edits directly in the HTML source. See Edit the HTML of a page for more information about editing in the HTML source.