How to change the content

All content files are located in the content folder. You can edit your website here.

The content folder is available on your website. Every folder has a file called You can add more files and folders. You can also use special characters in file and folder names, for example ÄÖÅ. In other words, what you see in the file manager is the website you get.

Files and folders

Your website is automatically created from your content folder:

  1. Folders can have a numerical prefix for sorting, e.g. 1-home or 9-about
  2. Files can have a numerical prefix for sorting, e.g.
  3. Files and folders without a prefix have no special meaning, e.g.

Prefix and suffix are removed from the address, so that it looks better. For example the folder content/1-home is available on your website as http://website/. The folder content/9-about is available on your website as http://website/about/. The file content/2-wiki/ is available on your website as http://website/wiki/wiki-example.

While most folders are available on your website, there are two exception. The content/1-home folder must not contain subfolders. The content/shared folder may only be included in other folders, it's not directly available on your website.


You can edit your website in a web browser or text editor. At the top of a page you can change Title and other page settings. Below you can change text and images. Text formatting with Markdown is supported. HTML and shortcuts are also supported. Here are some examples:

Title: Example page
This is an example page.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod 
tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna pizza. Ut enim ad minim veniam, 
quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo. 

Formatting text:

Normal **bold** *italic* ~~strikethrough~~ `code`

Making a list:

* item one
* item two
* item three

Making an ordered list:

1. item one
2. item two
3. item three

Making a task list:

- [x] item one
- [ ] item two
- [ ] item three

Making a heading:

# Heading 1
## Heading 2
### Heading 3

Making quotes:

> Quote
>> Quote of a quote
>>> Quote of a quote of a quote

Making links:

[Link to page](/help/how-to-make-a-small-website)
[Link to file](/media/downloads/yellow.pdf)
[Link to website](

Adding images:

[image photo.jpg Example]
[image photo.jpg "This is an example image"]
[image photo.jpg "This is an especially long description"]

Making tables:

| Coffee     | Milk | Strength |
| Espresso   | no   | strong   |
| Macchiato  | yes  | medium   |
| Cappuccino | yes  | weak     |

Making footnotes:

Text with a footnote[^1] and some more footnotes.[^2] [^3]

[^1]: Here's the first footnote
[^2]: Here's the second footnote
[^3]: Here's the third footnote

Showing source code:

Source code will be shown unchanged.
function onLoad($yellow) {
    $this->yellow = $yellow;

Making paragraphs:

Here's the first paragraph. Text can span over several lines
and can be separated by a blank line from the next paragraph.

Here's the second paragraph.

Making line breaks:

Here's the first line⋅⋅
Here's the second line⋅⋅
Here's the third line⋅⋅

Spaces at the end of the line are shown with dots (⋅)

Making notices:

! Here's a notice with warning

!! Here's a notice with error

!!! Here's a notice with tip

Using CSS:

! {.class}
! Here's a notice with custom class.
! Text can span over several lines
! and contain Markdown text formatting.

Using HTML:

<strong>Text with HTML</strong> can be used optionally.
<img src="/media/images/photo.jpg" alt="This is an example image">
<a href="" target="_blank">Open link in new tab</a>.

Using shortcuts:

[image photo.jpg]    = adding an image
[gallery photo.*jpg] = adding an image gallery with popup
[slider photo.*jpg]  = adding an image gallery with slider

Do you have questions? Get help.