How-To Edit Web Pages in SharePoint
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Edit page or new page
Figure 1: Edit Page and View All Site Content
Save, make changes available to your audience (publish) or not save (discard checkout)
As you are working, click on 'Save and Keep Editing' often to not lose your work (this is under the upper left ribbon tab 'Save & Close' - see Figure 2.
Figure 2: Save and Keep EditingFigure 2: Save and Keep Editing
When you are ready to publish your changes, click on 'Publish' (you have to click 'Publish' 2 times) - see Figure 2.Publishing makes your changes available to your audience, if you only Save then only other authors will see your changes and the page is still checked out and locked by you (so that others cannot edit it).
Figure 3: Publish or Discard Check outIf you do not want to save your changes, under the Page tab, select 'Check In' -> 'Discard Check Out' - see Figure 2.
Figure 4: View All Site Content
If you want to change an existing picture, select the picture, then you should see 'Picture Tools' on the ribbon. Change the 'Address' field. You can also resize the picture - see Figure 6.
Figure 6: Change Picture
Figure 7: Insert Link
If you want to change an existing link, select the linked text, then you should see 'Link Tools' on the ribbon. Change the 'Address' field - see Figure 8.
Figure 8: Change Link
Figure 9: Edit HTML