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Provides you with a Website content management system that gives you direct control over the content of your website via on-line Adobes In-Browser Editing.
When designing websites for site owners, one of the primary requests involves setting up a system so that the site owner can update their own content. The AdobeTV video opposite demonstrates how this works. See how we can allow you as site owner to make simple edits to your live site through a browser, whether the site is hosted with Adobe or another hosting provider. You are provided with a user name and password to log on via the Internet enabling you to log on to the editing suite. Text and images can be updated on the go.
Allow customers to edit their website content on-line via any browser
In-Browser Editing makes it easy to update your site’s content from a web browser. Whether you need to make a change to your website on the go, or you want to allow clients and other site contributors the ability to easily edit their content, In-Browser editing can make the process go smoothly.
In order to make changes to editable items using In-Browser Editing these are the steps to follow:
1. Visit https://inbrowserediting.adobe.com
2. Enter the domain name
3. Enter the Log In details you would be given
Make changes to your content.
To edit text you simply hover over an area on your site that contains text, and click the edit button. An unformatted text edit window will appear over your site where you can make changes to the copy. After the desired changes have been made, click Update to see what your text changes look like formatted on the page, or click cancel to close the edit window without saving changes.
To edit an image, hover over an image on the page, and click the Edit button. A dialog will appear that allows you to choose a different image from your site, or upload an image from your computer. This dialog also gives you the option to add or edit tooltip text associated with the image. Click Update to see what your image changes look like on the page.
When you replace an image, the new image that you select will be sized to fit the area that the previous image took up. If the new image has a different aspect ratio than the original image, it will not fill the entire area of the previous image and may affect the visual layout of your page. For this reason, it is recommended that you only replace an existing image with another image of the same dimensions or a larger image with the same width and height ratio.
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