Managing Content allows you to manage the text that users see on your version of Asset Bank. This includes information text on the pages and the text against headings and the actions users can take. You can also adjust the text on some of the background information such as Terms and Conditions.
Most of the content shown on the pages of Asset Bank can be changed by an admin user from the Content page. To get to this page click Admin->Content.
In this area, admin users can manage featured images and customise the copy on pages throughout the application.
The easiest way to edit content is to simply click the 'Turn edit mode on' button. This will append a small edit icon to any content on any of the pages in your application that is editable. You can still navigate around the application as usual, and to edit a piece of content simply click the edit icon next to or below it.
Clicking any of the edit icons will take you to an edit page. For example if you click on the edit icon for the main section of copy on the home page you will end up on a page like this:
The edit page gives you the title and a short summary of the content you are about to change and a rich text editor for updating the content. You can add an image by clicking the "Insert/Edit image" button. The URL to the image can be specified or you can click the "Browse" button which allows you to upload a new image to use. A previously uploaded image can also be selected.
When you have finished editing the content click 'Save' to save your changes and go back to the page you were on when you clicked an edit icon. Alternatively, click 'Cancel' if you don't want to save your changes.
To turn edit mode off, navigate back to the Admin > Content page and click the 'Turn edit mode off' button. The other effective way of finding content items that you may want to edit is by entering the relevant term(s) into the search box on the Admin > Content page, such as "#items#".
You can also edit items by navigating through the content areas on the Content page. Content items are organised by areas according to the type of content they represent. For example, the 'Menu copy' area contains all the content items for the left-hand navigation menu.
Clicking 'edit' on any of the content area will take you to a full list of the content items in that area. Clicking edit next to a content item takes you to an edit page, where you can make your changes.
You can choose to 'hide' emails via: Admin > Content > Email templates and clicking on the [hide] link next to an email template. This will remove it from the main list of email templates.
The 'View hidden templates' link at the bottom of this page will take you to a list of hidden email templates, where you can click on the [show] link to enable you to add such hidden templates back in, should you need them at a later date.
The "Change the 'from' address for all email templates" link allows you to make a global change to the ‘from’ address of all template emails. Alternatively you can  individual templates to change this information on an email by email basis.
To turn off particular email notifications for all users/admins, you will need to select the appropriate email template and click on the  link. You will then see an 'Enabled?' tick box. Once un-ticked and saved, this will stop this particular type of notification being sent.
More information about email templates, including how to add a logo to emails sent by Asset Bank.
Message Templates are similar to Email Templates but are used as templates to internally send messages to Asset Bank users rather than via email. Message Templates are split into groups:
Once a Message Template group is chosen, a list of Message templates is shown:
You can choose to 'hide' a Message Template by clicking on the [hide] link next to the template. This will remove it from the main list of templates. The 'View hidden templates' link at the bottom of this page will take you to a list of hidden templates, where you can click on the [show] link to enable you to add such hidden templates back in, should you need them at a later date.
To turn off particular message notifications for all users/admins, you will need to select the appropriate template and click on the  link. You will then see an 'Enabled?' tick box. Once un-ticked and saved, this will stop this particular type of notification being sent.
Note: Some content items are not accessible via the content edit mode and must be edited by going through the content areas. These items are found in the following content areas:
- Button values
- System Messages
- Browser Titles