Editing Articles



THE BOOK of DT's INTERRUPTS is an organization of interrupt service routines and other works written by Darrel Taylor, RIP.

Interrupt routines are arranged per Darrel's original list. Darrel Taylor's Instant Interrupts are an extension of the work of Tim Box whom in October of 2002 wrote INT_CTRL.pbp

Many of the forum members felt this is a long overdue project.

THE BOOK of DT's INTERRUPTS
will be a valuable resource and a tribute to Darrel Taylor the "Fanatical Contributor".

THE BOOK of DT's INTERRUPTS is located at http://dt.picbasic.co.uk/

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How do I edit an article?

Articles are edited in the user-facing side of your site much the same way as Sections are edited in the CMS. Follow the steps below to edit existing articles.
  1. Login to your account.
  2. Navigate to the article you want to edit.
  3. Hover over the article header. A pencil icon will appear.
  4. Click on the pencil icon.
    Article Hover to Edit
  5. In the article editor, change the fields you want.
    Editor with Content
  6. Click on the Save button.
    Article Toolbar

How do I add tags to an Article

Tags are a method of categorizing articles on the site. They make them easily searchable by keywords and you can list articles with similar tags. Here are the instructions on how to add tags to your articles:

  1. Login to your account.
  2. Navigate to the article you want to edit.
  3. Hover over the article header. A pencil icon will appear.
  4. Click on the pencil icon.
    Article Hover to Edit
  5. Click on the Edit Tags icon and add tags. Separate multiple tags with a comma.
    Edit Tags
  6. Click on the Save button.
    Article Toolbar

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