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  • Getting started with Ektron

  • Logging in to the CMS
    Find out how to log in to the content management system and begin editing your website.
    Content: Put in the Right Place
    Which folder should you put your content in? Read this How To and find out.
    Adding New Content
    How to add new content to the website through the CMS workarea.
    Advanced Editing
    How to add and edit content, plus: PDFs and other files, collections, menus, metadata options, and more
    Summaries
    Every piece of content in the CMS must have a summary. Summaries show up in many places on the IUP site and in search engines.
    What is a CMS?
    Wondering what a CMS can do for you?
    Find Content in the Workarea
    Here are a few ways to locate any content, including a neat trick.
  • Adding New Content
    How to add new content to the website through the CMS workarea.
    Create an FAQ
    An FAQ page should already be created for you on your website; all you need to do is type in the question and answer. But if you need to add a new FAQ page, follow these steps.
    Get Help
    Get help through the Web Team or Ektron’s online user manual. 
    Working With the Calendar
    Do you have an event happening? Be sure to add events of interest to your unit’s calendar.
    Working with the IUP Templates
    Rather than creating pages, in Ektron you create content blocks and make them come together on a template.
    Basic Editing
    How to get started working on your website: logging in, finding and adding content, how to use summaries, and more
    Menus
    Everything web maintainers need to know about website menus
    Collections
    You can create a collection of links to other content on the website.
    Edit a Page’s Summary
    Summaries are displayed in collections, tables of contents, search results, and possibly other locations.
    The Inspector
    The Inspector is where the Introduction style is set, plus it is used to align and properly describe images.