Create a Page (Page)

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A page is the most common page type and is used when you want to report something. The content is set out in body text, but you can also add images, documents, links, fact boxes, quotes, promos, etc. Pages can and should be long provided that the content is linked. A navigation menu for the page is created using linked sub-headings. 

Page overview

Language – Cannot be changed here.

Headline – the title of the page. This will also appear at the top of your browser window.

Promo slide – Not used on pages.

Tags – to mark-up the page for searching. Type in any word and then choose from the list. Select a word, if you want to use more words, enter a comma and type in another optional word.

Responsible editor – responsible for the page content. Type the first letter and the names you can choose will then appear. You cannot enter a name by yourself.

English/Swedish version – If you want to create a mirror of a page, you should use the English/Swedish feature. A link called”"This page in Swedish” will then appear at the top of the page. First, create the page you want to link to. Now link to the page in this field by searching for its title.

Back link – You use this feature as a “breadcrumb trail” i.e. show a visitor their path back. If, for example, you have a landing page for research, you set this as the back link on the all sub-pages. 

Published on – Here you note the site on where you intend to publish the page. You can only choose among the sites where you are the editor.

Body – Body text. See the menu explanation further on.

Edit description – This field is used primarily by search engines and is the small amount of text listed below a link in a search list (aka 'snippet'). If you have not chosen to enter a description here, the search engines will use the first 150 characters of the body text (if theres is a text in the body) as the snippet.


It is possible here to link to already uploaded documents/files. How to upload a document/file, see document management


Here you create the links you want on the page. They appear after the body text on the page.

Do like this:

  1. Click Get link and start typing to get suggestions about pages with content and where they are published.
  2. In the field Title you can alter the title if you want.

Also see Links below for detailed instructions on how to insert links.

Regions bottom - Promos

All promos on a page are placed in this area.


Enter the name of the promo you created earlier. Now choose the type of promo you want from under Display mode. Read more about how to create and publish promos in the section Promos.

Menu explanation (WYSIWYG)

Text body/Custom style

Under Custom style, you will find all heading formatting.

Lead – preamble. If possible start the text with a preamble where you describe the most important details.

Text body (P) – Body text

Linked heading (h2) – Heading size 2 (the title of a page is in heading size 1). Shown as a right-hand menu on the page (similar to anchor links in html). 

When you make Linked Heading (H2) these links will appear in the right column of the page, as a submenu. In a mobile, they fold together, so think about how you make Linked Headings. If the content is not too extended it is is better to use usual Heading (H2) in order to simplify for mobile users. 

Heading (h2) – Heading size 2

Heading (h3) – Heading Level 3

Tips on formatting!

Sometimes the format get "stuck" in a position, for example, the preamble or Heading 2. Do like this:

  1. Mark the text in which the formatting is wrong.
  2. Go to the Text body drop down menu and select the same formatting as the text already has, for example Lead. This clears the formatting and you can choose something else.


Quotation marks can be used in the text to highlight something interesting in an interview or similar. Select the text and use the quote button Your text will then be enclosed in quotation marks and will also formatted as a quote.

Om man ingenting frågar får man ingenting veta.


Tables can be used in several different ways. With or without headings, etc.

You can also create links in tables.

You can not adjust the width of the table as the system works with 100% responsivity, which means that the site adapts in size according to the browser platform being used, e.g. smartphones, tablets, etc. 

Create a table

You choose the table properties you want to use and enter a header and summary. The summary is not visible externally, but is read by a speech synthesizer.

  • In order to create a header row, right click the table and select properties.
  • Under Header select First Row, the first row will now be a header row a with black background and white text. 
  • You can then right-click on the table to correct the table, add rows, columns, etc. 

When you are creating a table, you do not see where you stand with the cursor. TAB your way instead. Sometimes the text also "jumps around" which can lead to uncertainty. This is because Drupal knows how much text you have entered and therefore adjusts the width of the column as you type.

If it is difficult to see the columns and rows, unclick the box Show blocks. Now you'll be able to see the table better.

Example of a table - opening hours
Day Time
Monday-Tuesday 8 am to 15.30 pm
Wednesday 8 am to 1 pm
Thursday-Friday 2 pm to 3 pm

Fact box

A fact box can be inserted in the body text to highlight important details or simply to list facts about a project or the like. The fact box can have several different background colours and span the entire width of the page.

Create a fact box

  • Select the text that should be within the box, and then click the Div. Select the background color of the box.
  • To edit, change colour, in a fact box, right-click on it
  • If you want a new paragraph after a fact box, click on the red arrow that pops up when you drag the mouse over the box:


Creating links both internally and externally as well as e-mail links. This feature can also be used to link to an uploaded document/file in the body text.

Internal link within

An internal link is always used when you link to pages on In this way, the link will never be broken and you do not have to keep track of whether the URL is changed, etc.

  1. Select the text you wish to link in the body text and then click on the chain in the menu.
  2. Enter the title of what you are looking for. You only have to start typing to get suggestions about pages with content and where they are published.
  3. A list appears with the available choices. They appear in groups of pages, documents, news, etc. All information about the page is displayed in the blue field.
  4. Click on the blue field when you have found what you are looking for.
  5. A node ID will then appear in the Target path box.
  6. Click Insert link.

E-mail links

  1. Select the text to be linked.
  2. Click on the link icon.
  3. In the Target path field, type the email address, for example

NOTE! The link must start with mailto: or the link will not work.

External link

Enter the external link in the Target path field and click Insert link.


Images is described on a separate page, Image management.


Documents is described on a separate page, Document management.

Embed media

Embed media with oEmbed - for example YouTube

In order to insert a link to a video from YouTube, first find the video and then choose Share. Now, copy the link that appears and insert this between square brackets [].

This principle applies to all services that support the oEmbed. For a list, see for example Wikipedia.

Tips about embedding

Film. Films that you want to publish work extremely well if you post them on YouTube, Vimeo or similar. KI has a YouTube channel where it is OK to upload films. Read more on the Intranet - About YouTube or contact for more information.

Audio. When you want to upload audio files, you can use for example Soundcloud and then link from there.

Presentations. It is OK to link to presentations from e.g. SlideShare.

Embed media not supported by oEmbed

As an editor, you should primarily use the oEmbed function to embed media on your page, landing page, etc. see the section Embed media with oEmbed. However, oEmbed does not work for some content, e.g. Google Maps. In these cases, you can use the Embed Media button located in WYSIWYG.

  1. Click on the button and paste your embed code into the dialog box that appears.
  2. Click ok.

Here you can e.g. embed a map into the body text.

Other buttons in WYSIWYG

Special characters

Click on the special character icon to insert these characters in your text.

Tip! If you cannot find the character you are looking for, type the character in Word and then copy and paste it into the text.


Subscript characters are used when you want to lower a number or a character in the word, e.g. H2O.

  • Select the character(s) you want to subscript, then click the subscript button.


Superscript characters are used when you want to raise a number or a character in the word, e.g. 1st January.

  • Select the character(s) you want to superscript, then click the superscript button.

Clear formatting

When pasting text from e.g. a website perhaps you do not remove all formatting. Select the text in question and click on the Clear Formatting icon and the code will then be cleared.

Show block / Remove "paragraph"

If you do not want to see line breaks in the form of blocks, uncheck the Show blocks box. A block is formed when you make a line feed. You need to do this if you want a heading of any type exactly as you would when using format in e.g. Word.


If you would like to see more text in the wysiwyg box/body, click Maximize. This expands the body text so it covers the whole screen, and you then see more content.

Click on the icon again to return to normal mode and save the page.

Note that if you want to insert images you need to enter normal mode first.

Show source

Click this button to show the HTML code.


In order to insert a link to a publication in Pubmed add the code string [pubmed:PMID, eg 1234567]. The publication will be formatted automatically and display a link to the abstract in Pubmed.

OpenEHR-based representation of guideline compliance data through the example of stroke clinical practice guidelines.
Anani N, Chen R, Prazeres Moreira T, Koch S
Stud Health Technol Inform 2012 ;180():487-91

Edit a page

The easiest way to edit is to first log-in to the system, then surf to the page in question.

Now click on the gear icon and choose function.

The other method is to go to the My workbench menu.

Then select My edits (content that you have created) or All Recent Content (content that all editors have created in the group).

You can now search in the different fields for content:


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