In your P&C training package, you will find a document that we refer to as the Visual Content Map. It is a visual representation of how the data that is entered into P&C is plugged into the designs. The diagram on the cover page is a site map which will be handy during the entire data entry process as it is color-coordinated by Page Type. Page Types determine what specific content is dynamic on a particular page.

  • EXAMPLE: For instance, as we see in the designs, a News Page Type would have fields to enter data such as an author name, publication date, and article text, whereas a Bio Page Type instead would have fields for data like the person’s name, title, phone number, email address, and biography text, etc.

Looking further into the content map, there is a spread for every Page Type that is used on the site. The spreads list, on the left, each piece of data that will pull from P&C for that Page Type and, on the right, its respective location in the design.


Creating a Page

Create a page for each individual service, industry, person, news article, etc. The Homepage will always be created by G/B prior to client trainings.

  1. Click the Pages section of P&C
  2. Click Add a New Page
  3. Select a Page Type
    • Review how to read this information in the Visual Content Map
    • Page Types are used to differentiate how content is plugged into the various layouts
    • Compare page types using the designs as a reference
  4. Enter the page title to display on the site
  5. Check the box to continue to page details, or leave it unchecked to simply add the page
  6. Click Add Page


Editing Page Details

  1. Click on the pencil icon to the right of the page title.
  2. Complete the available fields and text boxes. These are based on the page type chosen when it was created
    • Narrative Content: Enter the text or copy and paste from another file
      • If copying from a plain text file, delete paragraph spaces and re-enter them to create a new line break
      • Review the Style Guide and style text accordingly
    • Media: Link files stored in the Media section of P&C by clicking Add and selecting the file from the list
    • Related Pages: Relate associated pages to this one by checking the box next to each page
    • Related Sidebars: Relate associated Sidebars items to this one by checking the box next to each item
    • SEO: Enter Meta Tags (Keyword/Descripton)
      • Friendly URL defaults “page type/page title” but can be renamed
      • Review SEO Best Practices included in the Visual Content Map
  3. Page Status
    • Published makes the page content viewable on the live site
    • Unpublished makes the page content only viewable in P&C
  4. Click Preview Page to view how the content will display on the site
  5. Creating drafts
  6. Click Save Changes to save the details