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For this exercise, I am going to upload the picture file to the site when adding it to the web
part. This is a convenient new feature that lets you store resources, such as pictures, used in web
parts or wiki pages in a library on the site called Site Assets. You can use this library to manage
those resources all in one place. That way, no matter what happens to the original file (if it is
moved, deleted, or renamed), it won’t matter, because the copy being used on the site is stored
on the site. Also, because sites can be saved as templates, keeping all resources that web parts or
pages might be pointing to in the site makes the template more portable.
Editing a Content Editor Web Part’s Contents
Configuring complete, it’s time to edit the web part’s contents:
1. To do that, you need to click the down arrow in the title bar of the web part and edit the
web part again.
This will open the tool pane, which we don’t need, but it will allow you to click the holder
text in the web part’s contents and start editing (Figure 5.22).
2. To edit the web part, click Click Here To Add New Content in the web part.
Once you’ve clicked that text, the web part will be ready to edit. Don’t worry about it being
so small; once we’ve finished editing and closed the tool pane, there will be more room.
As soon as you click the text, the content area of the web part will actually get smaller,
but there will be an insertion point blinking in there, so take heart.
3. For my Vacation Request web part, I am going to enter content appropriate for a reminder
concerning vacation requests, starting with Vacation Request Reminder. Feel free to enter
your own content.
The Content
Editor web part
in edit mode
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