Editing Web Pages

Managing web pages is a little different in this version of My Market Toolkit. We've added some awesome functionality. We've also added a new concept called "Volumes". First we'll describe volumes and then we'll do the step by step.


  1. Read up on the short topic: Web Site Volumes

Editing a Web Page

Add and edit content

Create a new page

Add and modify text

Add and modify images

Add and modify buttons 


  1. Sign In
  2. Choose your account (if you have more than one). If you only have one account it will be chosen automatically.
  3. Choose the site to edit (if you have more than one). Click 'Manage Content' to view the "Volumes List". If you only have one site it will be chosen automatically. You will be taken to the 'Volumes List' page where you can see all of your available volumes. The 5 most recently edited items for a volume show on this list.
    1. To see all of the pages for a volume, click the list icon to the right, above the 'Actions' column.
  4. Click the 'Edit' icon next to a item/page to enter the page builder.
  5. Fill out the following fields
    1. Editor - There are 2 editors you can choose from:
      1. Design - Default. Gives you drag/drop capabilities for rapid design
      2. Classic - Very simple text editor to quickly add content.
    2. Page Title - Most web pages have need of a content title. While it is not required, the content title may be very important in SEO value. When a web page is rendered the content title is rendered as an H1 title tag. Other page fields may be auto generated based on the Content Title to maintain consistency. The Content Title should be a keyword rich and concise one-liner.
    3. Page URL (SEO URL) - The Web Page URL is the name of the page file as it shows in a browser address bar. Most of the URL is unchangeable except for the web page file name. Here's an example: notice the URL of this page. It is: http://support.mymarkettoolkit.com/pages/ cms-support-web-pages .html. The Web Page URL a web page manager may change is cms-support-web-pages . If the URL is not filled out manually, My Market Toolkit will use convert the Content Title into a web friendly URL name. Once a Web Page URL is created, you will likely not want to change it. If you do, all links to the former URL will be broken. If you change a URL after it has been established in search engines, it can damage your SEO rank. You'll likely want to settle on a URL and leave it as is.
    4. Category Tags  - Tags/Categories allow you to organize your web pages.
    5. Availability  - Before a page can be publically viewable the 'Availability' must be set to 'Public'. Items are also not available in menus until it is set to 'Public'. A web page may have 1 of 3 availability states:
      • Draft - Pages are not available publically.
      • Public - Pages are available to anyone via the URL
      • Private - Pages are available only to others who are logged in and have been granted access.
    6. Choose Template - Every website requires a default template. However, each page allows you to over ride the default by selecting a separate template if needed.
    7. Homepage - There may be 1 homepage per site. Check this box to set the page as the root home page.
    8. Featured - There is a KMod that lists Featured articles. To generate that list, check the Featured checkbox on preferred pages.


Search engines may generate a tremendous amount of web traffic for a website. The My Market Toolkit CMS is designed to guide you to building highly optimized pages. To edit the SEO click the "SEO" section:

  1. Browser Bar Title (Meta Title) - Search engines rely on meta data to learn more about a web page than what the visitor sees. To see the meta data you can usually rigth click on the web page background and select "View Source" - try it on this page. You'll see a 'title' tag. The Browser Bar Title field allows you to set that data. If you leave it blank, it'll auto generate from the Content Title Field.
  2. Meta Description (Search Engine Description) - If you view a page's source (see Browser Bar Title above) you'll see a 'description' meta tag. The Search Engine Description field allows you to set that data. If you leave it blank, it'll WILL NOT auto generate. Compose a concise description with 2-3 keyword rich sentences. It needs to be written for BOTH search engines and web visitors because a search engine may display the description to as search engine results.
  3. Meta Keywords (Search Engine Keywords) - If you view a page's source (see Browser Bar Title above) you'll see a 'keywords' meta tag. The Search Engine Keywords field allows you to set that data. If you leave it blank, it'll WILL NOT auto generate. Compose one or more keywords or keyword phrases that your audience would type into a search engine.


Use the editor to compose/modify your content. This field functions like other word processors except that it works with HTML content which is different from processors like MS Word. Use the icons to modify your textual copy and other web content.

Design Editor

Use the design editor to drag drop content elements. 

  1. Structural Elements - Create the structure of your page with these prebuilt
    elements. Each serves as a container for content elements.
  2. Basic Elements - Use basic elements to fill structural elements. They do not automatically come in structural containers.
  3. Content Layouts - Content layouts are prebuilt structured containers with common basic elements already inside them. You can't put a content layout inside an existing structural element because they include their own structures.

Classic Editor

Use the classic editor to quickly add text and other simple content. There are no drag/drop elements. The editor is much like using a simplified version of Word.