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Category: Web Manager

Moving Forward With Responsive

  The Web Content team has been working hard to transition your webpages to responsive layouts. To date, we have over 60 unique departments completed and more pages going responsive every day. Simply put, “responsive” webpages are those that automatically adjust to the screen they are being viewed on. Elements like buttons and text rearrange from…

Mobile-Friendly Webpages Are Coming!

  By Kari Barton Mobile-Friendly = Responsive A “responsive” webpage means that the content will respond/rearrange depending on the device or screen size that the page is being viewed on. In other words, a horizontal scroll bar will never appear at the bottom of your page in tablet or mobile view. When a site is responsive, the content…

Making Academic Pages Great For The Web

Did you know that your web content has the power to invite, inspire, and engage your page visitors? And yet content can also exclude, bore, or frustrate them. That’s because (even on the web) how we say something is just as important as what we say. And finding out how to say it specifically for…

Editors – Procedures For Updates

*Publishers and Normal users for non-academic departments, these procedures do not apply to you. Feel free to read this post anyway. Hello, Editors! As you know, we’ve made phenomenal progress on the Provost’s plan for Academic web content. With this implementation have come some changes in procedures for updates. This post gives a simple breakdown of…

Changes For Publishers

Publishers of Academic Departments, You should have received Dr. Godwin’s email on Friday announcing the following: “…we are moving in a new direction with web content management that will involve our new Academic Project Manager, Lindsey Churchill.  …as a result of this new system, there will be some changes in web publisher access for current…

A-Z Index

In my conversations with Web Manager users from different departments, I’ve found that many people do not use the A-Z Index to help them find pages on Liberty’s site. I use it almost exclusively because it’s FAST. Much faster than searching or guessing, and I am all about fast when I’m on the computer. Sometimes I chuckle to…

Tutorial: Learn How To Sign-Off With Ease

Introduction This quick tutorial is going to give you an overview of the sign-off feature: How it benefits you What it means How to use it The sign-off feature was created to give you, the publishers, a handy tool for keeping your web content up to date and relevant. This will translate into better web…

Official Page = Home Page

If you take a look at your page list (under “Open Page”) you may notice that one of your pages is titled Official Page. (You cannot change the title of this page.)   Every collection of web pages on liberty.edu that has an official page is considered its own web department. This means that the…

New Sign-Off Makes Life 43% Easier

Introduction Once again, the office of IT—Creative Media is answering the call to make life easier…with the new sign-off feature!   Starting Wednesday, March 9, Publishers will have 30-days to try out the new feature in Web Manager. Use these 30 days to review, test, and get familiar with sign-offs. What are sign-offs? Sign-offs allow…

Introducing: The New File Manager Uploader

We have launched a new and improved version of File Manager. Since a few things have changed, I want to give you a rundown of differences and improvements in the new File Manager.   Improvements The new File Manager is more streamlined It has better options for uploading multiple pictures It is easier to find…

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