"Primary content - Zone A," "Secondary content - Zone B," and "Supplemental content - Zone C" are your most simple/basic content types, and therefore, they're also the most commonly used. The styling built into these three templates are fairly minimal but the text styling is the same in each of these three content types, which is why they're grouped together on this page.
Navigate to the section (page) where you want to add the content, click over to the 'Content' tab. Then click 'Add content' and use the filter to select "Primary content - Zone A," "Secondary content - Zone B," or "Supplemental content - Zone C."
In all three of these content types, there are just two required fields:
If you know HTML and would prefer to do your editing in the source code, then you can access the HTML by clicking the 'Tools' menu, and clicking 'Source Code.'
Then you can make edits directly to the source code in HTML.
This content type uses a standard WYSIWYG ("what you see is what you get") text editor to create HTML for your web page.
You can use primary content to post basic text, formatted text (including bold, italic, underline, strikethrough, superscript, subscript), headings, blockquotes, links, images, tables, ordered and/or unordered lists.
This is a blockquote
This is an unordered list:
- One bullet
- Another bullet
- A third bullet
This is an ordered list:
- One list item
- Second list item
- Third list item
It's the same as Primary Content, just off to the side!
Content in this area (Zone B) should typically be shorter than the content in Zone A (the center of the page), otherwise it would look quite strange.