Kudos to the Weebly.com website folks for constructing an easy to use user friendly website design program.
However, I’ll add a few tips that will afford some very desirable options.
I prefer to compose text portions using Microsoft Word, rather than use the Weebly text editor. This is because I frequently write text with superscripts, subscripts, symbols etc. which are not provided by the text editor.
So how to move a Microsoft document onto your Weebly website? Weebly recommends using the Scribd document format which has some of the advantages of a pdf format. The disadvantage is that the Scribd document retains borders etc in an embedded format.
But, it is possible to move a Microsoft word document onto your webpage and retain a natural paragraph and text format.
1) Compose your document in Microsoft Word. Save a copy for subsequent manipulation. Close the document.
2) Convert the Microsoft Word backup document using Word to HTML converter 3.35. http://www.freedownloadscenter.com/Web_Authoring/HTML_Editors__A-G_/Convert_Word_To_HTML.html
3) The document will be displayed as normal text after conversion. The file will be an HTML document.
4) Select View/ select source (HTML code will be displayed)
5) Select Edit, then select all/, then select copy. This will save the MS word document as HTML code.
6) In the edit function of your Weebly website, drag down the Custom HTML box to the desired position on your webpage. In this box, “click to set custom HTML”.
7) Click on the overhead box “edit custom HTML”. Paste in the converted file.
8) To edit a MS word text that has been inserted on your webpage, edit your MS word document. Repeat steps 2-5 using the edited text and click on the text box on your webpage in the edit mode, Click on the overhead edit custom HTML box, delete the HTML code and paste in the new edited text.