Adding a resource
This guide is designed to support registered contributors. If you are interested in becoming a contributor, please read About Contributing
In the CMS click on your organisation in the list of pages. You may need to expand the Resources list to find it.
Select 'Add new'
There are two selections:
- Choose where to create this page
- Choose page type
Choose where to create this page
Make sure "Under another page' is selected and the name of your organisation displays.
If your organisation isn't displaying, you will need to use the drop down option in the right of the field to find and select your organisation.
Choose page type
Choose the type of resource that you would like add to the site. There is more information about the types of resources in About the resources.
You will only be able to create 'Resource' pages. If you select other types of pages, they will not be created.
Once you have checked you are creating the resource under your organisation's page and selected the type of resource, click on 'Create'.
You have now successfully created a new resource.
Add information about the resource
Add a title to the resource and a description.
Select the tick box if the resource is mainly in Te Reo Māori.
The following tick boxes help describe your resource making it easier for users of the site to search information. You can select as many or few as you wish.
Resource topics are divided into 10 groups:
Select the topics which best describe your resource. This could be just one or quite a few.
Type of organisations the resource is designed for
Select the options that best describe the type of organisation that the resource is most suited for.
Full Resource Content
This is where you add the resource content. The content editor lets you add and format text, pictures, links and more. Learn more about the content editor here.
If you have documents that you would like make available to download you can attach them to your resource as a supporting file. You can either drag and drop the file or click 'From your computer' to browse your computer's files.