Tina is very flexible & extendable, so any Tina site may have a unique experience. Here we'll document the out-of-the-box approach that most of our starters use.
When Tina is initialized on a NextJS site, a "/admin" page is created to allow editors to login.
Note: For demo purposes, some of our starters show a "Edit with Tina" link to the "/admin". This can be removed on production sites.
On the "/admin" page, you will see a "Log In" button.
Note: When working in local-mode, you will not actually need to log in. In production-mode, only authorized users will be able to enter edit-mode on your site.
Clicking "Log in" will put the user in "edit-mode" and take you back to the homepage.
Once in edit-mode, you should see a little pencil icon in the bottom left corner.
Try clicking it and making some changes to the content!
Once you hit "Save Changes"..
There's plenty to do to customize your editing experience. We suggest:
Last Edited: December 3, 2021