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User Roles

See below for a description of each of the roles in Web Manager and WordPress, and know what your access and responsibilities on the web include. Each department can have up to 5 Normal/Contributor users and 1 Publisher/Editor/P.O.C. (exceptions are considered by the Web Content Team).

 

Web Manager 2.0

Normal User

Access:

  • Make edits to pages
    • Including text, images, links, tables, etc.
  • Create new pages
  • Submit pages for approval to have them made live
    • non-academic departments: Publisher for the department
    • academic departments: Web Content Team

 

Blogger

Access:

  • Make edits to past blog posts
    • Including text, images, links, tables, etc.
  • Create new blog posts
  • Submit posts for approval to have them made live
    • Non-academic departments: Publisher for the department
    • Academic departments: Web Content Team

 

Publisher for Non-Academic Departments

Access:

  • Make edits to pages
    • Including text, images, links, tables, etc.
  • Create new pages
  • Delete pages
  • Create and edit navigation sets
  • Approve pages to make them live on the web

 

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that all content in the department is up-to-date
  • Review all changes made by Normal Users before publishing the pages
  • Serve as a point of contact for the Web Content Team
  • Manage the user list of the department

 

Editor for Academic Departments

Access:

  • Make edits to pages
    • Including text, images, links, tables, etc.
  • Create new pages
  • Submit pages to the Web Content team for approval to have them made live

 

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that all content in the department is up-to-date
  • Review all changes made by Normal Users before submitting the pages for approval
  • Serve as a point of contact for the Web Content Team
  • Manage the user list of the department

 

Administrator

Access:

  • Full access to web pages in every department
    • Including HTML view

 

Responsibilities:

  • Work with department users and Web Content team when errors are found

WordPress

Subscriber

Access:

  • None. When users first login to their site, they will be shown on the user list as a Subscriber.

 

Contributor

Access:

  • Make edits to pages using Front-End Editor
    • Including text, images, links, buttons, accordions, etc.
  • Create new pages
  • Submit pages for approval to have them made live
    • non-academic departments: Editor for the department
    • academic departments: Web Content Team

 

Editor for Non-Academic Departments

Access:

  • Make edits to pages
    • Including text, images, links, buttons, accordions, etc.
  • Create new pages
  • Delete pages
  • Create and edit navigation sets using Menu tools
  • Approve pages to make them live on the web

 

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that all content in the department is up-to-date
  • Review all changes made by Contributor Users before publishing the pages
  • Serve as a point of contact for the Web Content Team
  • Manage the user list of the department

 

Point of Contact for Academic Departments

Access:

  • Make edits to pages using Front-End Editor
    • Including text, images, links, buttons, accordions, etc.
  • Create new pages
  • Submit pages for approval to have them made live
    • non-academic departments: Editor for the department
    • academic departments: Web Content Team

 

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that all content in the department is up-to-date
  • Review all changes made by Contributor Users before submitting the pages for approval
  • Serve as a point of contact for the Web Content Team
  • Manage the user list of the department

 

Administrator

Access:

  • Full access to web pages in every department
    • Including HTML view

 

Responsibilities:

  • Work with department users and Web Content team when errors are found