Creating and updating pages

Introduction

Izele is a collection of pages, most of which have been created by people who want to share news, information and data about their conservation work. Creating a page is free of charge and this section goes through the steps you need to follow to produce something that best represents your conservation area, organisation or project.

Page types

In Izele you can create pages for your conservation area, conservation organisation or conservation project:

  • A conservation area is any patch of land or water that you think is important and contains animals, plants and habitats that you care about. Examples include Kruger National Park, a community-based nature reserve and a communal garden in a city.
  • A conservation organisation is any group of people with a shared purpose and goals that include conserving nature. Examples include an international NGO with thousands of members, a local conservancy association and a group of volunteers who care about local nature.
  • A conservation project is a specific set of activities being undertaken by a conservation area, organisation or individual. Examples include a Masters research project on elephant movements in a national park, a three year project run by a conservation organisation to train people to grow and plant indigenous trees or a long-term project to monitor waterbirds

Izele lets you tailor your page so that it best reflects your conservation area, organisation or project but there are also a number of shared steps described in the pages in this help section.

Important links

Creating pages in Izele
Adding banner and profile pictures
Customising the News feed tab
Customising the Map tab
Customing the Species tab
Customising the About tab
Defining page relationships

Registering for Izele
Logging in