The editor

What does the editor look like?

A short look on the editor for Entries and Pages within PivotX.

Below you can see an image of the most important editor screen of PivotX. You will see this screen a lot when maintaining the content of your web site. In this case its the input and update screen of an Entry.

The left part of this screen will be explained on this page. You can see different lines where data can be put in belonging to the name that's in front of it (for example Subtitle; the sets Point to fields are the result of extension Bonus fields). The line with "image" in front of it is the result of extension Extra image field.

Directly below these fields are 2 blocks where the actual data can be put. After this there is a possibility to define a galleryimagelist (collection of images belonging to each other; the result of extension Bonus fields), to define your own SEO data (result of extension SEO; not standard in the 4 lay-outs and not visible when selected) and followed by the standard for PivotX Tags and Trackback ping.

In this case we concentrate on the 2 data blocks and the possibilities they have. Within PivotX each user can select its own editor. In total there are 6 different ones varying from specifying all HTML yourself to a Wysiwyg (What You See Is What You Get) editor which is default and is illustrated here.

It is too much explaining to offer the possibility of each button. The text viewable in the image can be in principal be created from scratch (the same is shown as real text below the image on this page).
A general advice is that when there is a lot of text (and editing) or when it will take a lot of time getting the editing just right, it's better to prepare the main part in an external editor. As long as you copy and paste to and from the clipboard the resulting rich text will be fine within any of the 2 blocks.
How the text will look in the end (font type, size of the headers and line size etc.) will be determined by the web site style that's allocated to the web page (so not completely Wysiwyg :-) ).

Wysiwyg editor

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