The article editor in Storykit is based on some basic principles:
- We want the editor to be as similar to the finished product, that is, the article page, as possible.
- You should be able to make as much "inline" as possible, that is, embedding of images and other objects should be done directly in the editor.
- You have quick access to things you use often.
- The article work space is very intuitive and is basically based on a vertical flow where things are above and below each other. Thus it will also work on smaller screens.
1) In the top, you set your feature image. The bigger the better, and about 3600px wide.
2) Here you see basic information about the job
3) Set your headline. On the right, you will have a couple of options for the layout of the headline.
4) Set your preamble.
5) Here you see the author of the article. To change the author go to "Overview" in the left navigation bar.
6) click for preview. It will open un a new window.
7) Start writing you text here.
8) If you click Enter the settings for adding assets to your article will appear.
Remember to save your work from time to time. There is a special feature hidden with the Save button. Pressing the arrow next to "Save" will provide Snapshot, which is a simple feature for saving - in plain form - the text content of the breadth text field.
Usages for this may be when someone edits the text and wants to be able to maintain the base version to refer back to.