Editing the Website
Logging on to edit the website
For editing purposes, you will need to go to the following web address: www.race-technology.com/admin.php.
Upon entering the website, you will be given the option to select the region that you wish to edit. There are three options to choose from – the UK, the USA and Japan.
Having selected your region, you will be asked for your user name and password.
Once these have been correctly entered, a confirmation will appear on screen, informing you that you are logged in.
Click on “Main Page” to enter the website.
Editing the website
Once you have logged into the website and are on the main page you will be offered two options – Racing or Industrial OEM Testing. Select the one that you wish to make alterations to.
You will now see a list of all of the articles that are available to edit, displayed down the left hand side of the screen. Select the relevant article.
Now click “Edit” (This appears at the top of the screen, underneath the main RT logo). You will now be able to make alterations to the article.
Adding a new page
To add a new page, select the relevant category – this will be one of the main headings from the list that runs down the left hand side of the screen. For example, if you wish to add a new page to the DL1 section, click DL1.
This will bring up a small box with a “” button underneath it.
Enter the name of the new page in this box and click the add button.
Adding a diagram
To add a diagram or other image, use either “My Computer” (if you are connected to the RT server) or Internet Explorer to go to:
You will be asked for a username and password. Enter them and click on the appropriate button to log in.
This will display a list of images that have been uploaded onto the website.
Drag and drop the image that you wish to upload into this list.
To add the image, enter the applicable section on the website as you would if you were going to edit the text (see above).
Find the place where you want the image to go and click on the button at the top of the editing window.
A window will open up. Use this window to navigate to the place where you drag and dropped the image. Select the image and then press “Insert”.
Your image should now be in place.