The site is a repository for web content that is created and maintained in a centralized location (typically by central administration staff) and published to individual school websites.
Content that is published to the school sites must be included in the Page Properties (Page Content or custom block) or on a List.
Copy/paste. When copying content from another source (another website, a document, etc.), you must clear formatting (highlight text and select Clear Format) and convert to XHTML (click the HTML drop-down and select Convert to XHTML .
Styles. Always use the default font style (Paragraph) for regular text. There is no need to select Paragraph when typing new text. If you have copied from another source, clearing the formatting returns the font to the default. For headings, use Heading 4 only.
Check a school website after making any edits. Check the spacing and formatting; make adjustments if needed.
Don't delete web parts, lists, libraries, pages or sites! The school sites contain queries that publish specific content from the hub. You may delete, add, replace documents in a library. During this pilot phase, please contact the web team with any questions about deletions.
Edit a PAGE in SharePoint 2013
Navigate to the page you want to edit
Make your changes
Editing a LIST in SharePoint 2013: Navigate to your list: From your sub-site, click the GEAR>Site Contents>Select your LIS
To Add an item to a list:
Click + new item
Enter the information in each field
NOTE: Some lists include a SHOW column: Yes/No. This allows you to keep the item on the list but choose whether or not it will be displayed.
To Edit an item on a list:
Hover over the item you want to edit, check the box at left and select Edit Item on the Ribbon; ; OR click the 3 dots (...) and select Edit
To Delete an item on a list:
Open the applicable Column by clicking on the + sign
Hover over the item you want to edit, click the checkbox; then on the Ribbon select Delete Item OR click on the 3 dots (...) and select Delete Item
Click OK to confirm the deletion.