Notice! Some of the features in the article form may be hidden if not supported by the template used in the article
1) Drop down with all article lists. Press on the button "add" and the currently chosen list in the drop down menu will be added to the list manager.
2) Opens a preview of currently edited article in the same window. (Keyboard shortcut ctrl+p on windows and cmd+p on MacOS X)
3) Opens up a new window with a preview of the entire list that's currently being edited. The list has to be related to a wordpress page if it should be possible to preview. (Keyboard shortcut ctrl+l on windows and cmd+l on MacOS X)
4) Saves a new version of the currently edit list (Keyboard shortcut ctrl+s on windows and cmd+s on MacOS X)
5) Adds a streamer to the article.
6) Controls for image width and alignment.
7) Image container where you attach images to the article. Upload a new image either by dragging it from your desktop to this container or by clicking on the button labeled "Browse". You can also click on this container to choose an image from the featured images of the post that the article is connected to.
8) A line of text that is placed in the beginning of the title.
9) Format and template controls for currently edited article. This feature makes it possible to override the default template chosen for the currently edited list. Here you can read more about formats.
10) Title input and font size controller.
11) Text editor.
12) The link of the currently edited article. Use this field if you want to override the link of the post that the article is connected to.
13) The ID of the post that currently edited article is connected to. If you click on the ID number a new window will open where you can edit the post. The article link (12) will automatically update if you change the post connection.
14) This feature makes it possible to create an article that always remains on the same position in the article list. You can also schedule when you want the article to be displayed for your visitors.
15) The admin lock will only be enabled for administrators. When the admin lock is turned on no other than administrators can modify the article.
16) Container where you search for wordpress posts that you then drag to your list.
17) Container where you can find some empty article templates that you can drag to your list to start off with when you're about to create a new article.
18) The article currently being edited.
19) An article list. The list currently being edited will have a light blue background color.
20) Click on this link to get a preview of the entire list (see section 2)
21) Click on the version number to open a drop down menu that lets you navigate between older versions of this list. Click on the green symbol to reload the list.
22) Saves the current list setup so that the lists currently added to the editor will be opened the next time you visit the list manager.
23) Reloads all lists added to the editor.
Last edited by Victor Jonsson,