If you can use Microsoft Word, you can edit a webpage.

WYSIWYG editor - What You See Is What You Get
You can style the text and add rich media to your document in real time by using the editor toolbar buttons and dialog windows. You do not need to work with HTML code directly.

The WYSIWYG ribbon appears at the top of the authoring interface for Rich Text fields.


bold button
italics button
underline button
Strikethrough button
superscript button
remove format button
 remove format

left align left align

align centre centre align

right align right align

justified justified

bullet list bulleted list

  • Unordered list item 1
  • Unordered list item 2
    • nested list item 1
    • nested list item 2
  • Unordered list item 3


numbered list numbered list

  1. Ordered list item 1
  2. Ordered list item 2
    1. nested list item 1
    2. nested list item 2
  3. Ordered list item 3


increase indent  increase indent


decrease indent decrease indent

blockquote blockquote

undo undo

redo redo

cut cut

copy copy

paste paste

paste from word paste from word

link   link - opens link dialog box

anchor   anchor -  use to create an anchor point within the text and link to it using link (chain icon)

insert image   image - opens image dialog box

insert horizontal line   horizontal rule:

insert table   Table icon - opens table dialog box

insert iframe     iFrame icon - opens iframe dialog box - for setting display properties of third party embeds

source Source - view source code behind display

Styling Text styling

Normal - body text


H2 - heading 2

H3 - heading 3

H4 - heading 4

H5 - heading 5
H6 - heading 6
Normal div - inserts <div> tag around content, alerts you to when content is within div tags
find  Find
replace  Find and replace
maximise  Maximise - maximise the writing space to full screen (you can also drag the bottom right corner to increase it a bit)
insert snippet  Snippets - insert Snippets of content