You can add wiki content in all the usual ways — Zen doesn't limit any of the native Confluence options, including Import Word Document. But editing is different with Zen Foundation. We'll look at adding and editing a Page first, and then the few minor differences when editing Blog posts.
Where pages go
It's worth taking a moment to understand Where Pages Go, so you know where to find your content.
Changing Page Titles
You can edit a page or blogpost title if you have edit permission on that page. To edit a page's title:
- Hover over the page title and the "T" icon will appear
- Click the "T" to bring up the page title wizard
Did You Know?
In edit mode, you can add an attachment to the page (such as an image or a document) by dragging and dropping the file from your file system browser onto the editor. This makes it easy to insert an image in the page: just drag the file onto the editor, then click the imageicon and select the file.
Please note that drag-and-drop is only available with supported browsers (Safari, Chrome, and Firefox; IE8 requires the installation of a plugin for drag-and-drop).
For more detailed information about designing pages with Zen Layouts and Sections (and designing Zen Sections themselves), see Designing Pages.