How to Run a Prepublish Check with the New Plugin UI
How to run a Prepublish check by CMS plugin:
Note: You can only run a Prepublish check once per page load. If you have already run a check, you’ll need to refresh the page to start a new one.
Adobe Experience Manager
- In AEM Sites, select the page you want to check and click edit.
- Click the Siteimprove icon in the page editor toolbar to start a Prepublish check. Note: if the plugin overlay is open, you’ll need to close it first.
Adobe Experience Fragments
- In the AEM Experience Fragments console, select the fragment you’d like to check and click edit.
- Click the Siteimprove icon in the fragment editor toolbar to start a Prepublish check. Note: if the plugin overlay is open, you’ll need to close it first.
- In the WordPress admin console, select the page you’d like to check and click edit.
- Click the 'Preview' button on the top of the editor (or sometimes on the right side of the WordPress post/page edit screen) to be redirected to a preview screen showing the page with current unsaved changes. (Note: you will only see highlighted items in Preview mode).
- Click the Siteimprove tab to open the plugin.
- Choose one of the two options to start a Prepublish Check:
a. Select the Prepublish button in the top bar.
b. Select the¨'Prepublish view' tab and select the 'Run prepublish check' button
- In Drupal, select the page you’d like to check and click edit.
- Select the ‘View’ tab and an option to run a ‘Prepublish check’ will appear in the top bar next to ‘Recheck’ and 'Configuration.’
- Select the ‘Prepublish check’ button in the top bar.
- A Prepublish check will run under the 'Prepublish view' tab in the CMS Plugin overlay and display results.
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