This tutorial will show you how to manage your news articles.
Components of News Pages
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Your news page can have any number of articles. Each article can be placed in any number of categories in your news page.
Add New Article
- From the My News list - click on the Manage News Articles icon next to the news page you would like to add the articles to.
- Click the Add Article link at the top of the Articles list.
- Fill out the fields in the form for the new article.
- After completing the form, click the Add Article button at the bottom of the form.
Edit Existing Article
- From the My News list - click on the Manage News Articles icon next to the news page you would like to edit the articles for.
- Click the Edit icon next to the article you would like to edit.
- From the edit screen, modify the fields you would like to change.
- After completing the form, click the Update Article button at the bottom of the form.
Delete Existing Article
- From the My News list - click on the Manage News Articles icon next to the articles you would like to edit the articles for.
- From the Manage News list - click on the Delete Icon
- You will be asked for confirmation. Click Yes if you are sure you want to delete the article.
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