SimplyEdit Demonstration Site
Our Web content editor "SimplyEdit" is a powerful, yet easy to use tool that lets you take control of the content of your Web site. You can make the changes you need to make, when you need to make them - without having to worry about changing something that could "break" your site. Better yet, you don't have to know the first thing about Web site code.
If you know how to use a word processor, then you can use SimplyEdit!
The SimplyEdit Content Editor
Below is a screenshot of the editor window. You can see that the editor has many familiar word processing tools such as setting text alignment, font styles, and making lists. You can even create and edit tables and upload images to add to your pages.
How it Works
The power behind SimplyEdit lies in special tags, called "snippets". We, or your Web developer, place the snippet tags in the Web page's code only around the content that you want to make editable. Anything not in snippets isn't displayed in the Content Editor.
The anatomy of a snippet.
Uneditable page content goes here...
<!-- #BeginSnippet name="My editable area" users="user1" -->
Place any web page content you want to make editable here...
<!-- #EndSnippet -->
More uneditable page content goes here...
About the User Permissions
Based on a setting made by the Admin, "Regular" users may or may not be able to edit a given snippet tag. In the example above, user1 is allowed to edit any content in that snippet. The list below shows the differences between the logins and their editing permissions.
- Admin - Has access to the Admin area and is allowed to edit all files and all snippets
- Super - Is allowed to edit all files and all snippets
- Power - Is allowed to edit all snippets
- Regular - The Admin can set users with Regular permission to have one of two possible editing schemes
- Editing Scheme 1 - Regular users can edit a snippet only if their username is specifically listed in a given snippet tag (as in the example above)
- Editing Scheme 2 - Regular users can edit a snippet if they are listed in the snippet tag or if no users are listed in a tag at all (ie: if user2 is listed in a tag, but user1 is not, then user1 may not edit that tag, but user2 can)
Try SimplyEdit for Yourself!
Use one of the following logins to try out SimplyEdit for yourself. All features of SimplyEdit are enabled in the demonstration site except the ability to upload files or to save your changes.
Try out SimplyEdit using one of the logins above, or contact us for more information and pricing.