Approve Publish & Transfer Cycle Information & ScheduleApril 16, 2015 | Web Services
Better understand the process for taking your content from the CMS to the live site.
CMS Tips & Tricks
How To: Add a Facebook FeedOctober 8, 2014 | Web Services
Learn how to put a scrollable Facebook feed to highlight your department or program's latest posts
How To: Style BulletsOctober 8, 2014 | Web Services
Learn how to get the blue dots to show up on your bulleted lists!
How To: Link to a PDFOctober 8, 2014
Learn how to properly link to PDF documents
How To: Mirror a SectionMay 1, 2015 | Christina Anderson
Step-by-step instructions for mirroring any section throughout your website
How To: Structure Contact InformationMay 1, 2015 | Web Services
Guidelines to appropriately displaying contact information within a side column
Tips: ImagesJune 3, 2016 | Jason O'Connell
All you need to know about properly hosting images on your website.
Tips: TablesJune 6, 2016 | Jason O'Connell
Tips & Tricks to keep your tables responsive AND accessible.
How To: Modify Your Left_ColumnJune 17, 2016 | Jason O'Connell
The Left_Column has undergone some recent changes. Learn all about them here!
Web and CMS Terms and AcronymsJuly 14, 2017 | Jason O'Connell
This glossary covers all of the specialized terminology used within Web Services and the CMS regarding the University web presence.
How To: Identify and Preserve Old ContentJuly 27, 2017 | Jason O'Connell, Christina Anderson
As part of our maintenance and upkeep for the CMS, we will be instituting a regular "clean up and removal" process for any inactive (deleted) content or sections found in the system. This blog post will detail how to identify inactive content and sections, how to turn active content inactive, and how to preserve old content for future use while taking it down from the live web server.