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The Content Management System
A CMS enables you to maintain specific content on your site – no more sending information off to be put online by a different person or department. The CMS is easy to use and accessible from any standard web browser – letting you focus on what’s really important – ensuring that your site displays important, up to date and relevant information.
CMS has been upgraded (July 12, 2012)
Review the changes and new features.
New page requests in the Rebooted CMS
If you require a new page in the Reboot side of the CMS please submit a Project Request.
Link Check Reports
If you would like your website links checked you may request a report from the CMS Help Desk
Word messed up my page
This video will help you back out of the problem and try a different route.
Issues/Bugs with the CMS
For the latest issues with the CMS please review the Known Issues page.
You can contact the CMS Help Desk via email or x7190.
Web Content Accessibility
Concepts and documentation to make your content more accessible.
Managing and Creating Content
- Tips for Web Content
Best practices for web content
- Navigating the system
Learn to navigate the CMS with this introduction to the system structure.
- Viewing a folder
Clicking on a folder will reveal its contents both in the left asset tree and in the main view.
- Creating a page
The easiest way to create a new page in Cascade Server is by using the Asset Factory set up by your Administrator.
- Copying a page
When creating a page that is similar to an existing page, it is often most useful to Copy the existing page and make the appropriate edits.
- Editing a page »
Because Pages are the assets that contain the actual content, clicking Edit on a page offers much greater functionality than editing other files.
- Uploading a file or image
Cascade Server supports the uploading of files to support your normal web pages like images and pdfs.
- Deleting assets (files, pages, folders)
Assets can be permanently deleted.
- Left Navigation links
Is your page not showing up in your site's navigation?
- Browsing image folders
Optionally view image thumbnails for easy browsing.
- Editing images for use in the CMS
Most images are too large for webpages and need to be reduced in line with the content on the page.
- Moving assets (files, pages, folders)
Assets may be moved individually or at the folder level.
- Reordering your site's navigation
Asset reordering is a feature that enables you to manually change the order of assets within a folder and consequently your site;s left navigation..
- Uploading multiple files or images using the zip import tool
This can reduce the time it takes to upload multiple files to the same location.
- Saving Drafts
Drafts are useful if your page updates are incomplete and you want to ensure the incomplete page is not published accidentally.
- Creating anchors
Set up anchors to jump to specific locations on your page (currently available only for anchors on the same page)