Editing GO Site (Retired)

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Tutorial for Editing the GO site

General notes

  • All internal links should be relative. Examples:
    • To link to the book containing the GO evidence code guide, you may type the following: Refer to the <a href="/book/guide-go-evidence-codes/">GO evidence code guide</a> for the list of valid evidence codes.
    • On the other hand, to link to a basic page such as the 'Tools' tab, type: More information is available on the <a href="/page/tools/">Tools Page</a>.

How to edit

After login there will be a menu visible on the left column. It contains links to add new content, in this case, content can be in the form of article, page, book, highlighted term, or a new project. There is also a link to list all available content.

Adding new content

  1. Click to add a new item
  2. Enter a Title for the page. It will be displayed at the top. Please 'Capitalize Each Word' for the tile sentence.
  3. Carefully choose the intended audience from the User Story menu.
  4. Choose the appropriate Tags to categorize this content. Is this page a guide document? Or is it describing the structure of the ontology? Both Tags and User Story may be modified later, if necessary.
  5. From the content window, choose to either work using 'Source' code, using the button on the upper left corner of the box, or choose to 'Switch to plain text editor' from the options underneath the box. The difference will be obvious, and you will choose the one that is more familiar/comfortable to you. The editing box can be resized from the bottom left corner.
  6. Begin typing text using HTML tags as allowed in the list of 'Almost HTML', located under the editing box. Alternatively, paste the text from the raw HTML from the corresponding page in the list of old site documents.
  7. Preview your work using the button at the bottom of the page.
  8. Save your work. Remember to always Save Your Work.

Content types



Style guide