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Editing a portfolio page

User role
Content Editor Content Administrator
Task
Content editing
Topic
Content editing
Product
Sector Starter kit Sector Add-ons Sector Portfolio

The Sector Portfolio add-on offers a simple way to add a promotional portfolio or showcase to your site. This guide explains how to add and edit your portfolio content.

Visit the Sector online demo to see a portfolio landing page and sample portfolio pages

Steps in this guide

  1. Add a new portfolio page

  2. Select portfolio category

  3. Select teaser and banner images

  4. Add body content

  5. Change the standard node settings

  6. Preview and publish the portfolio page

For general guidance on adding and editing content, see: Adding new content to your site and Making changes to existing content on your site

Step 1 - Add a new portfolio page

To add a portfolio page, use the AdminUI toolbar and navigate to Content > Add content > Portfolio page

<your.domain>/node/add/portfolio

This takes you to a node edit form for a portfolio page node.


Screenshot of portfolio page node edit form (with numbered highlights)

Screenshot - Selecting portfolio category and images for a portfolio page node


Step 2 - Select portfolio category

Select a portfolio category from the dropdown list ( 1 ). 'Portfolio category' is a taxonomy, so its terms can be changed by content administrators.

Step 3 - Add teaser and banner images

Select images for the teaser and banner ( 2 ). The teaser image is displayed in teasers of the content, while the banner is displayed on the portfolio page itself. For more help with these images, see Adding banner and teaser images.

Step 4 - Add body content

In the 'Body' field, you can add and format the main content of your portfolio page. You can learn more about how to do this in our Introduction to the WYSIWYG editor.

Step 5 - Change the standard node settings

The standard node settings (e.g. authoring information) are at the side of the node edit form. You can learn more about these settings in Changing standard node settings.

Step 6 - Preview and publish the portfolio page

At the bottom of the node edit form you can save and preview your content.

Before you save your portfolio page as 'published', you should preview it to see how it displays - see Previewing your content. When you're happy with how it looks, publish the node.

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