RallyBound offers a flexible and feature-rich site editor to enable admins to edit text and images on their sites. Some features of our site editor:

  • Edit and add rich text, with many formatting options

  • Add tables to text areas (click the table icon in the toolbar)

  • Insert images and define how they flow with the text (click the image icon in the toolbar)

  • Add links and anchors (click the link or flag icon in the toolbar)

  • Edit the source HTML code, with the ability to include CSS and Javascript (click the "Source" button in the toolbar)


Not all elements of a page are editable. Elements that may be edited using the site editor will be highlighted in yellow. They include:

  • Text blocks on static pages (homepage and information pages)

  • Preselected donation amounts (on donation page)

  • Site footer (and header on some sites)


To edit elements of your site:

  1. Log in to the admin panel (yoursite.com/admin)

  2. Click "Site Content" in the left sidebar

  3. Click "Edit Content on Site"
    > Alternatively, you can load your site/page directly, and — if you are logged in with your admin username — the edit site options will appear in the top right.

  4. Click "Enable Editing" in the top right.
    (For advanced users and developers, some design elements of the entire site can be editing using the "Edit CSS" button.)

  5. Any block of text that turns yellow may be edited.



Important note: Due to the flexibility of the site editor and the ability to insert Javascript code, adding and editing an area with Javascript requires a bit more attention. A common example of this is a page that includes accordion-style text areas that expand into a larger text area when clicked. To edit these sections, follow these steps:

  1. Set the state of the page before clicking “Enable Editing”. Once in the editing state, the Javascript is disabled. So, in our example, if you want to edit the content of an accordion area, first expand the accordion, then click “Enable Editing”.

  2. When you’re done editing, click “Save Changes” in the top right as usual. Then reload the page. You will notice that the Javascript state has been saved as well — in our example, the accordion will be expanded. In order to reset the Javascript to its original state, you’ll need to edit the page again:

  3. First, you’ll need to set the state of the page before editing, as we did above. In our example, collapse the accordion, then click “Enable Editing”.

  4. Change something insignificant on the page — like adding a space after a paragraph, then click “Save Changes”. You need to save the new state, but if the editor doesn’t detect any actual changes, it won’t be able to save.

  5. Now, when you reload the page, the page state should be correct.