Edit content blocks

Edit the content of a content block

  1. On the Content blocks shared across pages page,  open a content block for editing in one of the following ways:
    • Click the content block you want to edit.
    • Click the Actions link of a content block.
      From the dropdown list, click Content.
    • The Edit a content block page opens.
  2. Edit the content block as required.
    For more information, see Create content.
  3. Click Save changes.

Delete a content block

You can delete a content block in the following ways:

  • On Content blocks shared across page, select one or more content blocks and click Delete button in the toolbar.
  • On Content blocks shared across page, click the Actions link of the respective content block.
    From the dropdown list, click Delete.

IMPORTANT: Shared content blocks do not have workflow. When you edit a content block, the change is immediately visible on all pages that use the content block. If a page contains a shared content block and you edit the content block, the status of the page remains the same as before the edition.
For more information, see Overview: Content lifecycle and workflow.

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