Edit page content

Content page

Once you have created a new page of type "Content", you can insert your text using the text editor.

See: Create page with own content

To make your content easy to read and well structured, the text editor offers several options to format your content.


The most important text editing options are described below, sorted by relevance.

Pasting copied text (e.g. from Word)


You can copy text from a prepared document (e.g. Word) and paste it into the text editor.

Note: Most Word documents already contain formatting and style sheets that need to be removed before pasting to ensure a consistent appearance.

Option 1: Paste as plain text
We recommend that you paste the prepared text as plain text and apply the necessary formatting in the text editor.
To do this, either select the "Paste as Plain Text" icon in the middle and copy your text into the input field, or use the Ctrl + Shift + V shortcut.
List formatting and links will be retained.

Option 2: Paste from Word
If your Word document contains formatting that you would like to retain (particularly headings, special characters, text formatting, lists or links), use the "Paste from Word" icon on the right to paste your copied text.
Formatting that is compatible with the text editor will be retained. All other incompatible formatting (e.g. text colours) will be removed.

Caution: If you use Ctrl + V to paste the copied text directly into the text editor, unwanted formatting may be applied. Please use the method described above.

Using style sheets

To organise the content of your text, use the selection of style sheets.

  • Heading 1: Give each page a main heading. This is usually the name of the menu item on the page.

  • Heading 2: Use "Heading 2" for sections of text. This will appear slightly smaller than "Heading 1" in the application.

  • Heading 3, Heading 4, etc.: For further subdivisions, select the desired heading from the expanded menu.

  • Paragraph format: Paragraphs in continuous text are formatted at normal outline level.


Example: Formatting a Heading

  1. Type your text in the text box of the text editor.

  2. Select the heading by double-clicking it.

  3. Open the styles menu from the text editor menu bar by expanding the Normal field.

  4. Select the heading with the desired level of outline, e.g. "Heading 1".

  5. Press the Return key to create a text paragraph at the "Normal" outline level.


Formatting text

In the menu bar of the text editor, you will also find the usual icons for formatting your text.

  • Bold: B = bold

  • Italic: I = italic

  • Superscript / Subscript

Lists, bullets and Quotations

Convert your selected text into numbered or bulleted lists with a single click.

Display your selected text as an indented quotation.



Link to external websites, email addresses or phone numbers.

See also:
Linking external websites
Linking email addresses
Linking telephone numbers

Inserting images

You can easily copy and paste images or graphics from a browser.

See also: Insert images

Special characters

You can use the special character icon to insert special characters into your text.

Tips about formatting HTML pages

  • Use formatting sparingly — as little as possible, as much as necessary.

  • Use paragraphs and white space to create a clear page layout.

  • Avoid tables. They cannot be displayed on smartphones.