In Blackbaud NetCommunity, you create Web pages in Web Site. You can modify Web pages by designing page layout, creating and using templates, and adding and removing part type information and images. Most likely, Blackbaud NetCommunity users who create Web pages are Site Administrators with Supervisor rights. 

The website contains six sections. Each plays a major part in the construction and design of a Web page. 

six sections 

Pages: Each Web page is stored individually in Pages with quick access to each page. In Pages, you can create, edit, and delete pages for your website and view the URL path for each page. To create a Web page, you must add content parts from Parts to your page in Pages. 

Images: Use Images to add and delete images. In addition, view a preview of an image to make sure it displays on the screen correctly. Images must be saved as a .bmp, .gif, .jpg or .jpeg file. An image does not display on your website until you add the image to a Web page. 

Parts: Use Parts to create, edit, and delete reusable content information, such as a User Login and User Profile Form. A content part does not display on your website until you add the part to a Web page. To create a Web page, you must add parts from Parts to your page in Pages. You can also assign security rights to roles for each content part in Parts. 

Templates: Administrator Section: Templates are the framework for your website and establish consistency throughout your site. Create, edit, and delete Web page templates in Templates. You can start with an existing template when creating new Web pages. 

Layouts: Administrator Section: Use Layouts to design and place elements on your Web page, such as content and images. Customize each page by inserting rows, adding bullets, and adjusting font size and style.

Stylesheets: Administrator Section: Stylesheets are used to create unique elements such as colors, font types and size, and spacing for your website. Stylesheets, written in Cascading Stylesheet (CSS) format, are easier to use than other methods such as HTML. Unless you specify a custom stylesheet, your website uses Blackbaud NetCommunity default stylesheets. When necessary, you can create custom stylesheets in Stylesheets that override a Blackbaud NetCommunity default style.