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Adding a new page

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Visibility

The effective visibility for this content is 'public' (anyone, anywhere can view).
  • It is visible to the content author.
  • It is viewable by members of Commons Project.
  • The author has explicitly defined its visibility as public.

Group Edit

Any member of the group(s) containing this item may edit it.

Comments disallowed

Users are not allowed to post any more comments on the item.

Book Page Content

From any book page to which you have edit privileges, you can create a new child page by clicking on the Add Child Page button in the bottom right of the body text area.  Doing so will create a new book page behind the scenes, and will supply a default Title and Body which you will need to change. 


Editing a book page

Details

A book page is comprised of a core set of fields. Fields whose label is followed by an asterisk (*) are required for the entry. 

Replace the initial "New page in book" title with a short, meaningful title for your new page. Similarly, replace the "Replace with your page content" text with what you want the book page to say. You can include pictures/screenshots using the editor features just as any other content. 

There is also a convenient link on the right to manage the structure of your book pages, if you decide that this book page needs to be nested under a different book page.