You can write on the page or on an in-text area of a website.
When you write on a website, you’ll want to be sure that the text is properly capitalised, with no punctuation, as shown by this example.
The ‘write up’ function can help you to do this: type in a text block, for example, in the text box, or in the section headers, for a blog post.
Then click ‘Write on’ and it will take you to a page with a write-up function that looks like this: The ‘Write-Up’ function on this site can be a bit tricky to use.
Click the ‘Write’ button and a menu will appear that looks a bit like this one: ‘Write On’ at this point will open a new window, and the ‘write-up’ function will appear.
You’ll need to press the ‘Return’ key on your keyboard to return to the main page.
Then press the enter key on the keyboard to continue writing the text you just wrote.
You can press the Enter key again to close the write-on window.
Write-On at this time will still appear in the list, but there’s no ‘Write Out’ function to use now.
In the future, you can edit the text to add a bit more formatting, and then click ‘Done’ to finish writing.
But for now, you won’t need to worry about any extra work if you don’t want to write on every single page.