- How do I add a news page part to my page?
- How do I edit existing entries?
- Can I create news in advance but not have it show on my page until a particular day?
- Can I adjust settings?
- How can I import news into a 'latest news' section on my home page or elsewhere on my site?
How do I add a news page part to my page?
Click on the Add a Page Part button on the top right of the screen.
Choose Blog from the Apps section of available page parts.
Once you choose Blog, fill in the information to install the page part. The Name field will default to Blog. You can change the name, choose the content area of your page you would like it in, and choose how you would like to install your blog: create a new one, mirror from an existing one, or copy from an existing one.
After installing the news page part to your page, click the 'New Post' button to create new entries.
How do I edit existing entries in my archive?
Click the article title to open the article you would like to edit. Complete the changes and click save.
Can I create news in advance but not have it show on my page until a particular day?
Yes. This is done by adjusting the publish date of each entry that you will create. Once the page loads, any entries that are not active (not within the current date range) will not display. The exception to this is if you are still logged in as a SiteWrench user while looking at the live site. You will be able to see all articles even if they have a future date set for publish
Can I adjust settings?
Yes! If you click on the Settings tab, you will be able to adjust some of the news settings. This includes the date format, how many posts you would like displayed on a page, if you would like to have an article summary displayed, and so much more.
How can I import news into a 'latest news' section on my home page or elsewhere on my site?
This is done by adding the Widget: Latest News page part. You can read more about its functionality by clicking here. To add this page part, follow the same directions as above, but choose Widget - Recent News.