VWcms provides additional composition tools (amongst others) below the edit area:
All of the above insert at the current edit cursor.
VWcms sites are divided into sections according to HTML headings. An <h1> is a top-level section, <h2> second-level, <h3> third level. Each of these can be part of a displayed table-of-content (the navigation menu to the left of this page). <h4> generates an in-line heading separating parts of a single section (and generate an informational comment in the site-map). Also see HTML Content. Section titles cannot contain a forward-slash (/). A moment's thought about the way VWcms accesses subsections should underscore why. Forward-slashes are automatically converted to back-slashes (\).
Only a single $$CLIP$section-title$$ may exist and be copied, removed or inserted at any one time. A subsequently copied or removed section overwrites any existing clip. Removing a clip deletes it completely. Multiple concurrent clipped sections can be maintained by simple rename, the $$CLIP$section-title$$ into $$CLIP-1$section-title$$ for example, and then subsequently renamed back after intervening clip operations.
The remaining tools shown towards the bottom of the above image are discussed in Managing Content.