Edit an existing custom field

To edit a custom or default field of a content item or page, perform the following:

  1. Open the page of that content type.
    For example, open the Images page or the Events page.
  2. In the right side of the page, click Custom Fields for <content type> link.
    The <Content type> data fields page appears. The system displays a list of all custom and default fields for that content type.

    For example, on News page, click Custom fields for news link and the News data fields page appears.

    NOTE: For custom fields, you can only edit how the field looks like and where it is displayed, you cannot change its type or the widget it uses. For default fields, you can only edit where the field is displayed. You cannot delete a default field.

  3. To edit a custom field, in Custom fields section, click the name of the field you want to edit.
    The Settings window appears.
    Perform procedure Create custom fields.
  4. To edit a default, in Default fields section, click the name of the field you want to edit.
    The Edit a field window appears.
  5. To save your work, click Save changes.

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