How to edit these pages


Wikis (which is what you are seeing right now) make it dead easy for anyone to alter and edit pages. This enables a 'communtiy' of people to work collaboratively in order to develop and maintain a website like this in order to keep it useful and up to date.
Adding information to any of these pages is simple.
  • You don't need a username nor a password
  • You don't even need to register
  • You can do it from any computer - hospital, practice surgery or home!
  • You can even do it from your mobile device (if it has internet).
And this is how you do it.
  1. Select the page you want to edit from the left hand navigation menu.
  2. Click on the 'Edit' button on the top right hand corner of the page.
  3. Edit the page.
  4. If you want to add a new row to a particular table, just put your cursor in a cell above or below where you want the new row to go. You will see a little table icon appear - hover over it and click it > then hover over 'Row' and click it > hover over 'Add row' and click it - and then select 'add above' or 'add below'. Voila, you are done. Now add your data to that row. You can delete rows in a similar way - at the end select 'remove row'.
  5. If you want to add a web link or upload an attachment, simply click the appropriate icons in the horizontal navigation menu (which only displays when you are in editing mode).
  6. When you are done editing, simply click the 'Save' button in the horizontal navigation menu at the top of the page (which you can only see in editing mode).

And that is all there is to it. It's simple - have a go. Help keep these pages alive and up to date. All we are asking is for you to correct something when you come across something wrong. Alternatively, just add a new service as you come to hear of it.

Dr. Ramesh Mehay
Ashcroft Surgery, Bradford