Using the Page Editor

As with any content management system, the page editor is a critical piece to the software. Whereas Campusuite allows you to create pages or navigation and to manage other aspects of the site, the page editor is what enables you to fill your pages with rich content.

Campusuite implements the widely popular CKEditor as its content editor. More information about CKEditor can be found through its official website.

This section of the Campusuite support documentation will help guide you in using the many features of the page editor. If you wish, you can also view the official support documentation for CKEditor. Please be advised that this external documentation will not be tailored to Campusuite's customized editor; there are many features to CKEditor that are not used within Campusuite.

 

Best Practices

There are a few key topics that anyone should know about before digging too deep into the page editor and all that it can do. The articles below are a must-read for anyone editing pages within Campusuite.

Formatting Text

Being able to format text and content is key to not only grabbing the attention of your visitors, but also making your pages functional by using elements such as links or anchors.

Images,Tables & Files

Many different types of media can be used in Campusuite pages, and the editor also provides many features for creating and manipulating tables.

Templates

Templates are an easy way to apply multi-column layouts to pages and content, allowing you more options when organizing your content.

Components

Although Campusuite allows you to do many things, it still cannot do everything. Components allow you to extend the capabilities of Campusuite pages beyond what they can normally do.