Please note that the save button is located on TOP of the page!
All the content elements that are located in the 'Normal' column will be displayed one after another.
To add content to your page, select the 'add a new record on this place' symbol.
You will be able to choose from different content types, feel free to use all of them!
Regular Text Element
This Element will allow you to input text on your site.
You should insert a caption into the 'Heading'-field, set the Type to Layout3 and then press save.
Then you can insert some text. We would recommend you that you have the rich text editor enabled.
If you want to add a horizontal line, search the '<>' button and click it. Then the content will be displayed using HTML.
To add a horizontal line, simply add '<hr>' wherever you want to. Of course you can add other HTML tags as well!
When you want to use the table content element, you must do the following things:
Links within tables have to be inserted as plain HTML links. Its quite easy, just copy the following template, replace "YOUR LINK" with the Url (note that it is http(s)://www...) and replace "SOME TEXT" with the text you would like to have as the link label
<a href="YOUR LINK"> SOME TEXT </a>
<a href="http://www.google.com"> Google it! </a> => Google it!
Examples linking to files
Files have to be uploaded beforehand: This is accomplished by clicking "Filelist" from the primary navigation. From the resulting secondary navigation, select a file upload directory (see the next section for when to choose "myprivatefiles" over "myfiles") and finally click on the "Upload Files" Button (has a green up-arrow). After the upload is complete, the file appears within the list on the right. Clicking it, reveals the URL usable for links.
Public File Upload:
<a href="https://courses.app.ist.ac.at/fileadmin/user_upload/file.pdf"> Public Download! </a> => Public Download!
Private File Upload:
It is possible to have an internal area (i.e. an area which is only visible to people who are logged in using their IST account). Basically, all you will need is an folder called internal, end every page in this folder will prompt users for authentication. After adding new pages, remember to uncheck the 'Disable' checkbox under the access view when editing your page.
Uploaded files are can also be protected: When uploading, simple choose "myprivatefiles" over "myfiles" as an upload folder.
There are two options how you can see how your page looks like when it is displayed: