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If you are writing a new page, from scratch, for your church website, then this guide will help you. The guide assumes the page has been created for you, and you have been given access to edit it already. The […]
If you are responsible for keeping a page on your church website up to date, perhaps for a group, event or organisation associated with the church, then this guide will help you. Read about editing your page for the first time. Free email reminders […]
If you need to do anything other than make minor changes, please read this guide, especially if you need to copy-paste information or add images. While you are editing your page, no one else can see your changes. Your changes […]
If you make a mistake, you can usually click the back button or control+z to undo it right away. You can go back several times. If that does not work, for example because you have saved or published your changes already, […]
Once you are logged in, you need to find your page in order to edit it. In this example we are viewing the dashboard using a web-browser on a desktop computer, however, the method of finding the page will be similar […]
If your church website was made by buildmychurch.website then you can scroll down in your website sidebar menu to see the Admin section, then click the link for login. Or scroll to the bottom of the site and click admin: […]
This guide will help you empower your church leaders while reducing you own workload: it will show you how to let a member of your church edit one or two pages, without giving them access to edit everything else. Introduction It would be great […]
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