Edit and delete news

Edit, approve, and publish the content of news items

  1. On a News page, open a news item for editing in one of the following ways:
    • Clicking the news item you want to edit.
    • Expand the Actions menu of the news item, and the choose Content.   

      NOTE: In the More Options menu, you can click Revision history to view and compare existing versions of the blog post.

      NOTE: In the top left corner of the editor, you can see when the blog post was last published. Upon hovering over, you see additional information about when was the post last modified and published for the first time.

  2. Make your required changes. For more information, see Overview: Create and edit content.
  3. When you are finished, click Publish.
    If you have a workflow installed on your website, you can have different options. For more information, see Actions available in a workflow.

    If you are editing a published blog post, the system saves a draft of that post, but the published version is still visible on the webpage. To see which version is the currently published one, see Revision history for content items.

Delete news items

You can delete news in the following ways:

  • Expand the Actions menu of a blog post and click Delete.
  •  Select one or more blogs and click Delete in the Bulk actions menu, located on top of the News list.

A dialog opens for you to confirm the deletion.

If you activated the Recycle bin module, the news item is not permanently deleted, but moved to the recycle bin. You can later restore or permanently delete the item from the recycle bin. For more information, see Recycle bin.

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