If you have a heavily customized site, it is very likely that the content pages section on your backend will be a bit more busy and different than usual. However, the way to manage it is just the same as any other regular page.

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Finding the field you want to change on a custom page in the backend is very easy, but you have to know what you want to change (Do you want to change an image? Text? A title?) and where it is within the page. For example, take a look at the page below.

This is a "History" page. There is a total of 6 elements in this section of the page (Each highlighted in different colours). Each will have a independent field where it can be modified.

Let's change the second title line (in black)- from "it all started..." to "everything started" .

1.- This section is under the "History" page of our website. Once we open that page on the backend, we can see that there are 2 options under "History". You will notice that the titles give away what is contained on each subpage.

The section we want to modify is before the "Mosaic Photos" which is a section at the end of the page. Therefore, the section we want to modify must be under "History of Coal Harbour".

2.- Once you opened that section, the subpages titles may give away where the section you want to modify is. In this case the titles are more picture-related. Take a look at the pictures at the right side of the page. When hovering over them, you will see a zoom-in of the picture loaded to this sub-section. (This is also the key to custom images in custom pages!)

3.- I can see that the 1st picture is the same that has the text I want to change over it. Click on "edit" on this page. Then go to the "More Content & Custom Fields" tab.

4.- There you will see the field with the titles we want to change. It may be even labelled for easy recognition. In this case they are labelled by the colours:

Change the text for what you want, and click save at the bottom!

And there you go, the changes will be visible right away on your page.

Again, the process of modifying custom content is easy as long as you know what you wanna change and where it is within your page. 

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