Adjust text on your pages using this built-in editing tool. It is found in most text components.
The Spell Check will erroneously highlight legitimate words if thy are uncommon or foreign. Also, it does not check for grammar or correct usage.
Occasionally, if you attempt to add text using right-click + paste, the component will not allow you to save your changes. If this happens, cancel your changes, then reopen the component and use the keyboard shortcuts (Ctrl-v or Command-v).
Please be careful with these - we cannot guarantee they will always be displayed correctly in all browsers, and they may not all work cleanly in the Title component when it is displayed in site navigation or lists.
When copying and pasting into a text component—Body Text, for example—the UBCMS filters out any formatting that is not compatible with that component. This removes colored text, other fonts and background colors. But some characters will transfer in from an existing Word document (©, for example) that are impossible to recreate using the normal Rich Text Editor tools provided by the UBCMS. All sorts of special characters can still be added to your UBCMS pages, such as fractions (¼), the degree symbol (°), mathematical symbols (≥), letters with accents (ö), or the symbols for copyright (©), trademark (™) and registered (®) as well as emojis (☺).
To insert these symbols, accents and diacritical marks, try one of these approaches:
As with any UBCMS workarounds, double your work on the final published page, and be specially careful with any of the more unusual characters.
Undo/Redo can be dangerous if multiple people work on the same page at a time. There is no mechanism to make sure multiple users do not step on each other's work when making changes. Using Undo/Redo, an author can make many changes quickly and may therefore alter a page in a way that was not intended if there were other simultaneous modifications from other users.
Make a word, phrase or sentence into a hyperlink so that clicking on it will bring you to another page.
Make a word, phrase or sentence into an anchor so that clicking on it will bring you to a specific heading on a page.
You can create an anchor to your Title components by entering a name in the Id field.
To make a link to the anchor, browse for the page if it is within UBCMS or enter a URL if it is not. After the page name, add #anchorname, where anchorname is the name of your anchor.