4.1. WYSIWYG Editor

4.1. WYSIWYG Editor

To easily create and edit pages for your website without having to install anything you can use our WYSIWYG editor; an easy to use webpage creator that looks similar to Microsoft Word so it should be easy to get to grips with. It's described as WYSIWYG which stands for What You See Is What You Get - so what you see in the editor is how your webpage will look.

Table of Contents

Creating a page

  1. Login to cPanel and click File Manager.

    Click File Manager and select Web Root

  2. In the menu that appears select Web Root and click Go.

    Click the folder icon

  3. Click New File

    Click New File

  4. Enter the filename you'd like to use followed by .html, select HTML Document from the drop-down menu and click Create New File.

    Enter the filename and click Create New File

You are finished! Your page has been created, but it's blank. Read on to the next section to discover how to write your content onto it.

Editing a page

  1. If you haven't done so already follow steps one and two above.

  2. Right-click on the file you'd like to edit and select HTML Edit.

    Right-click the file to edit and select HTML Edit

  3. Here's the WYSIWYG editor, it has icons for many of the HTML codes described earlier in the article and many more, including things like tables, bulleted and numbered lists and highlighter. So go ahead and write your content.

    The WYSIWYG Editor

  4. When you're finished editing, click the disk icon to save your page.

    Click the disk icon to save

And you're done! That webpage is now on the internet for everyone to see.

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