How to Edit a Blog Post After It Has Been Published

How To Edit a Blog Post after it Has Been Published

Have you published a blog article on your Virteom powered website, but you've noticed you spelled something wrong or something needs tweaking? Or maybe you want to go back a few months later and make a revision to add some updated information.

Well, don't fret - this how to article will explain exactly how to edit your blog post after you've hit publish in the Virteom CMS.

Sign-in to your website

Go to www.yourwebsite.com/virteom and sign in using your login credentials.

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Access your Navigation

Once you've logged into the back-end editor of your website, click on 'Navigation'.

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Find the Blog Article you want to edit

Now that you're in your navigation, you should see all the pages on your website. Look for the title of the blog that you want to edit - or if you've organized it as such, scroll down to the section of your navigation entitled 'Blog' and look through the titles to find the article that needs edited.

Click on the 'Edit' button next to the title of the blog you want to Edit.

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Edit the Article

If for some reason you're not already in the editor click on 'Editor' from the top black navigation.

Once you're in the editor, you can edit the text on the page for your published blog article. Just type in on the page as you did when you created the page.

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Save your Changes

Once you're satisfied with the edits you've made to your blog article - click the Save Page button in the top left hand corner in the black navigation bar on the editor.

Now you'll see the changes you've made live on your blog.

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Posted by Olivia Justice in How To, Blogs

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