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Adding and Editing Contents

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Learn how to add and edit various types of contents in your SimpleSite. This section is work in progress and will include basic content types such as event, file, folder, image, link, Mailman form, map, news item, online form, page, smart folder, video, etc. It will also cover donate button via PayPal, Facebook Box, Google Analytics, Google Translate, RSS, slide presentation, survey, web calendar, etc. The ones already available are listed here.

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Adding Content

This document covers the basics of adding new content to your site.

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Log In and Log Out for SimpleSites - How To (video)

Learn how to log in, log out, and how to retrieve your password.

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Turn An Item into a Private/Public State - How To

You can easily hide/unhide the public view of an item, be it a folder, a page, a file, an image, a link, a news item, etc.

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Manage Folders on Your SimpleSite - How To (video)

This tutorial demonstrates how to manage your folders using the adding of minutes (in PDF format) as an example.

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Add a Site-Wide Page Footer - How To (with video)

This tutorial demonstrates how to add a site-wide footer to a SimpleSite. It will also show how to add hyperlinks commonly found in a footer.

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Add a Facebook Box to Your SimpleSite - How To (video)

Facebook Boxes provide a way of connecting your site to your organization's Facebook page. If you've already created a Facebook page for your organization, adding a Facebook Box to your site is a simple, two-step process.

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Add a Video to Your SimpleSite - How To (video)

There are two ways to add a video to your SimpleSite - embedding and without embedding. The latter can be used for a single video, or you may organize several as a list in your video library. No knowledge of coding is required.

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