Web Resources and Guidelines
Publish Orange Markers
The zones on any given page that can be edited are marked with tiny orange squares. In most cases the angle bracket within the square points toward the editable zone.
The image below has a key to the markers you should see when you open a page in Publish.
In most cases you will be looking for the bottom marker in the column of three right below the page title. The marker has a carot symbol that is pointing down toward the main content area of the page.
Clicking on that marker will bring you to the page editor where you can add text to the page.
If you would like to add an image to your page and have it take on a pale blue-gray frame, add that image to the right column content area. To do that click on the orange square on the right side of the page, surrounded by a blue-gray square. This brings up a page editor that will only affect the right column area of the page. Anything you add to this area will appear in a blue-gray box. If you add an image, keep the image fairly small (under 300px wide for sure) as it will push any text on the page toward the left side.