The first step to editing your website is signing in. The 'Sign In'
link is found at the top or bottom of the page, depending on your
website. Sign in using your regular BVSD credentials. Do not include
Site or sub-site: A SharePoint site is a collection of pages, libraries, lists and features used to develop web content.
Pages: Pages are used to display content. The page layout defines the organization of the page and is comprised of web zones. See below for the Components of a SharePoint Page.
Library: A SharePoint library is a container on a site where you can upload, create, update, and collaborate on files with team members. Each library displays a list of files and key information about the files, such as who was the last person to modify a file. Each site or sub-site includes three libraries by default: Pages, Documents, Images All documents and images must be stored in the applicable library.
List: A SharePoint list is a way to organize information and is similar to a spreadsheet without the formulas.
App: There are many "apps" you can add to your SharePoint site. This includes a document, image or picture library, links list, custom list, promoted links list, and more.
Blog: A SharePoint blog is a site that contains lists and libraries, such as a list of blog posts, a list of otherblogs, and a library for photos
Types of Web PartsContent Editor Web PartThe Content Editor is a versatile Web Part and can be used to add nearly any type of content to a page. This includes text, images and links. You may also upload documents and images directly into the Web Part and add them to a library. Apps Web PartThe Apps Web Part allows you to display content directly from a SharePoint App to your page. For example, you can display a document library (or a list) and create a custom view for the page. When you add documents to your library, they are automatically viewed on the page.
The Site Content View shown below provides a view of the "back end of site” and provides a view of the components of your site including sub-sites, pages, libraries (documents & images) and lists.
To get to this, click on the GEAR (in upper right corner) and then select Site Contents.