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Content

A content block is great for basic text and images. Headers, paragraphs, and more-- if you can use a word processor, you can create and update content blocks in concrete5. 
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If you have ever used TinyMCE, that's what we're using here. 

Make sure to use the small toolbar at very top when placing images, links to pages, or embedding a file you want people to download. Links made with this toolbar will continue to work if you move pages around or update images with new versions. 

Notes:

  • If you're copying text out of MS Word you should really use that little clipboard icon in the upper left of the toolbar to clean your content up. 
  • If you want to customize the toolbars or size of TinyMCE, just type TinyMCE into intelligent search to get to that Dashboard configuration page. 


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