Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Update: 10:20am, 5/8/13
This error has been resolved.
We are aware that many users are having difficulty editing WYSWIYG blocks. IT is working hard to correct the issue.
We will provide updates as they are available.
Sit tight, and if you have an emergency update that needs to be made in the interim, let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org
-- Web Content TeamPosted at 9:29 AM |
Monday, April 29, 2013
IT has resolved this error. Happy trails!
This error affects only Web Manager users in a specific permissions set. IT is currently working to correct the issue.
If you are one of the affected users, and you need a temporary fix in order to create pages, please email me: email@example.com with your username.
We are aware that Web Manager returns an error when you attempt to create a new page. IT is on the issue, and we'll provide updates as there is progress.
-- Web Content TeamPosted at 11:42 AM |
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
The wacky formatting is a result of a style update to Web Manager II.
If you experience formatting issues, please try Ctrl + F5. This should clear your web browser's cache, and resolve the formatting issues.
Many users are experience formatting issues – the layout of the Web Manager Admin itself is not displaying appropriately.
Don't panic! If you are experiencing these issues, please try the refresh button in your browser. The formatting usually resolves itself after the page refreshes.
We have a ticket in with IT to get the issues fixed, and will update this post when we have further information.
— Web Content TeamPosted at 3:47 PM |
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
As you know, we've made phenomenal progress on the Provost's new plan for Academic web content. With this implementation have come some changes in procedures for updates. This post gives a simple breakdown of what has changed, and how.
As you know, the publishing process now goes through our team and the Provost's office. Here is the procedure:
Pages should be published within 1-2 business days after being submitted for approval.
Need to update your navigation? No problem!
Need to delete some pages? No problem!
As an Editor, you no longer have to worry about Signing-Off on pages. You can still view the list of pages pending Sign-Off, but you do not have to Sign-Off. Even without Sign-Offs, remember to review your pages and keep them up to date!
Still have questions? Shoot me an email.
Posted at 4:01 PM |
Friday, August 17, 2012
Breaking news from the Web Content pressroom:
Our team has been making great headway on the Academic web plan (mentioned in the latest blog post), and we are wrapping up the first stage of that project!
We have made excellent progress due to the cooperation and swift responses from those working in our Academic web departments. Our team and the Provost's office greatly appreciate what you do for the University, and you have rocked our socks off with your assistance in this effort to improve our web content.
--Web Content Team
A blog post for Editors on procedures for updating navigation, deleting pages, and more!