1 CMS Training Prepared for the Nature Conservancy March 2012
2 Session Objectives... 3 Structure and General Functionality... 4 Section Objectives... 4 Six Advantages of using CMS... 4 Basic navigation CMS Admin URL and Site URL Manager Workspace Website Explorer Navigation Toolbars Author toolbar Exercise 1: Basic Navigation Creating and Editing Web Pages Section Objectives The Five Step Publication Process Authoring Wizard Step 1: Define Properties Step 2: Enter Body Content Exercise 2: Use CMS HTML Editor Step 3: Preview Step 4 & Status Page Exercise 3: Preview, Publish, and Manage Web Pages Check Your Understanding
3 Session Objectives Objectives Sessions 1 and 2 By the end of Session 1, you will be able to Accurately explain the overall structure and general functionality of CMS Navigate the CMS workspace Create / edit wrappers and manage section navigation Create simple web pages Explain the concept of content types 3 v. 7.0 Revised 02/2012 3
4 Structure and General Functionality SECTION OBJECTIVES Section Objectives what is CMS? In this section, you will explain the general functionality and overall structure of CMS by performing the following tasks List six major advantages of using CMS Navigate around the CMS Workspace and Website Explorer 5 SIX ADVANTAGES OF USING CMS What is CMS? CMS = Content Management System Consists of a front-end editor, a back-end system, and a template system (structure, data, and design are controlled separately) Automates & simplifies the content creation process Enables managed collaboration 6 Content management software automates the process of creating, publishing, and maintaining web content. It simplifies content production through scalability and managed collaboration, empowering administrators of all 4
5 technical levels to perform a variety of tasks within a uniform structure. Storage and data recovery capabilities minimize the effects of catastrophic errors also. Six Advantages of Using Convio CMS 1. It is different from a basic website hosting service, with server space and an FTP login for you to upload files Hosting Server FTP Directly create, edit, & manage CMS Server Content on local machine 6 How is CMS different from other web hosting methods? If you use DreamWeaver or other website management software, your site is managed like the diagram on the left. Website content is created on your local machine first, then uploaded to the hosting server to make it available to the public. With CMS, you manage your site content directly at the server level. v. 7.0 Revised 02/2012 5
6 The difference has a couple of implications as you can see. What is CMS Not? Hosting Server Who keeps overwriting my page? I don t have the editing software! Version 1 on local machine Version 2 on local machine 7 Scenario 1: Alex creates a page on his machine and uploads it to the hosting server. Beth wants to add a link. She downloads the page, edits it and uploads it. Meanwhile, Alex notices a typo. He fixes it and uploads his file again, overwriting and erasing Beth s edit. Scenario 2: Cathy needs to create a page to announce a new event. But she doesn t have web editing software installed on her pc! She ll have to go to the IT department and get the software, but then there s this whole issue of number of licensed users. With CMS, you can avoid these common problems. You don t store content on your local machines, so there s no possibility of having many versions everywhere. Also, software is not installed on your pc either. You access the software on the internet, so anyone with an account can use the software. And you have control over who may access the editing site. 6
7 Six Advantages of Using Convio CMS 2. Editing tools automate the process of creating and publishing content CMS Server Pages goes live! WSAs define the content structure Authors provide the text & images Managers approve the page 8 Another characteristic of CMS is its ease of task management. Since you as a manager take care of the technical part, you can engage non-technical staff as authors too. In this publication process, the Manager configures the content structure and defines the overall look and feel of web pages. Then Authors follow the wizard Managers have set up, and provide text and images. After the authoring process, Managers are still in control of the page since they are the ones who approve the page and publish it. v. 7.0 Revised 02/2012 7
8 Six Advantages of Using Convio CMS 3. Administrative tools, like search and version control, make it easy to maintain websites of any scale 10 Thirdly, CMS stores historical data for you as versions. So when you need to edit a page, you don t have to risk messing up the live page. It also allows you to revert back to an older version should you need to do so. CMS also has a search tool, which is very helpful for larger scale websites. Six Advantages of Using Convio CMS 4. Leverage Convio Luminate Online data within CMS. 12 CMS can leverage from Luminate Online Marketing data. You can personalize / conditionalize the content based on the constituents behaviors. 8
9 Six Advantages of Using Convio CMS 5. Allows managers to empower non-technical staff while maintaining control over content News News News 11 You can set up content types and display templates to collect specific information from authors and render the information in a specific way to the public. Authors are submitting content through a form Managers have designed, so you are involving more people in the page creating process, yet still controlling the kind of information to be collected. You can also design display templates to control the rendering of collected information. v. 7.0 Revised 02/2012 9
10 Six Advantages of Using Convio CMS 6. You can interrelate different content types Experts Downloadable Resources Now you can create. Health Topics Exercise Nutrition Environmental Health News News page with an experts contact information Nutrition page with food related news and resources 12 Lastly, just by interrelating different content and applying filters, you can output different pages without duplicating efforts. In this scenario, Downloadable Resources, Experts, and News pages share the Health Topics category set. So all PDF files are tagged with one of the Health Topics, all experts pages are tagged with their health topic of specialty, and all news are also tagged with Health Topics. As a result you can for example create a news page with an expert s contact information automatically inserted. Six Advantages of Using Convio CMS 6. You can interrelate different content types Resources list w/ nutrition filter Nutrition news 13 10
11 In the example above, the News and the Downloadable Resources are connected with the Health Topics category set. As a result, depending on the type of news on the page, the related downloadable resources file list is dynamically compiled. v. 7.0 Revised 02/
12 BASIC NAVIGATION CMS Admin URL and Site URL Administrator URL and Site URL Site URL Admin Login URL 17 Your site has two different types of logins: one for the internal staff who create and manage the site, and the other for site visitors who are usually known as constituents. 12
13 Admin Login and User Login You can t use the same login! 18 Your administrator login will not work on the user login page. If you try to login from this page using your administrator user name and password, you will be directed to the administrator login page. It is recommended that you have a separate site user login. Supported Browsers Users are not restricted! Admins must use either IE or Firefox 19 When you manage your CMS site, you must use either Internet Explorer or Firefox. v. 7.0 Revised 02/
14 Manager Workspace Logging into CMS To Workspace 17 From Administrator Home Page, you can access CMS workspace via Content > CMS. 14
15 CMS Workspace Horizontal menu is always present anywhere in CMS 21 This is CMS Workspace, the entry point of CMS. Let s take a look at the Navigation Bar first. System: this will let you go back and forth between CMS and Luminate Online Marketing. Clicking on Convio Administration will get you back to the Administrator Homepage. Folders: You ll see the root folder up top (with a house icon), then up to 20 subfolders. What if you want to see the ones that aren t listed here? Choose the root folder or click the more. link and it ll take you to the Website Explorer screen. Content Types: We ll spend all afternoon talking about this, but this is where you can manage both base and specialized content types. Reports and Tools: this is where you have access to most managerial tools such as custom workflows, content categories, and wrappers. Favorites: this is the same thing as the Favorites box on the left pane. Favorites are shortcuts to specific items in Website Explorer, and have quick and easy access to them. Recent Items: This lists the items you ve accessed recently. v. 7.0 Revised 02/
16 CMS Workspace 22 Next, let s look at the Workspace area. My Approval Tasks: This lists any documents that you have been assigned to review or approve. My Comment Approvals: You will see up to 15 most recent user contributed comments that need your approval. (You have to be a folder reviewer) My Documents: My Documents provides instant access to the items you created, or the items for which you are assigned as the new author (via reports and tools). 16
17 Website Explorer Your CMS Training Workspace To Website Explorer 20 Let s leave the Workspace and move over to Website Explorer. Click on the root folder (top one with a house icon). v. 7.0 Revised 02/
18 Navigation Toolbars Website Explorer Navigation Workspace > Website Explorer From a live page Managers only features 21 Website Explorer is where you see the folder structure of the site. Let s take a look at the Explorer Toolbar on the right pane. Toolbar Button Tasks New Item Creates Items to a selected folder. When you click on this you'll see the content types that are enabled for the folder New Subfolder Creates a subfolder under a selected folder Copy Items Copies selected items within the same Web site Move Items Moves selected items within the same Web site Delete Items Deletes selected items (different from expiring!) 18
19 Publish Items (manager only) Publish selected Items Expire Items (manager only) Expire selected items. The items won't be live anymore, but they won't be deleted Navigation (manager only) Defining a Folder Navigation Menu Folder Permissions (manager only) Manage Folder Access Permissions Folder Properties (manager only) Define Folder Properties Gallery View: (Default for Assets folders, and image folders when browsing for a file.)displays your files and folders as icons. Images display as thumbnails. Mouse or "hover" over an icon to see its basic properties. List View: (Default for most folders.) Displays folder contents as a sortable list of file or folder names preceded by small icons. v. 7.0 Revised 02/
20 Author toolbar Author toolbar is disabled by default. If you enable it from System > My Preferences, you ll have a quick and convenient way to edit a site directly from a live Web page. When you look at any of the live pages after logging in as CMS admin, you will have the Author Toolbar on the upper left hand corner of any pages. This will let you quickly get back to the editing page. Button Description Workspace: Click to go to manager Workspace. Navigation: Click to view and edit the Navigation settings of the folder containing the current Web page. These settings define the links displayed by the Section Navigation component for pages in this folder. Status: Click to open the Status page of the current Web page. Edit Properties: Click to edit the current Web page's properties. Opens the Authoring Wizard Properties step. Edit Body Content: Click to edit the current page's body content. Opens the Authoring Wizard Body Content step. Browse this Folder: Click to open the Website Explorer folder where the current Web page is located. New <current content type>: Click to create a new item of the same content type as the current page, in that type's default folder. Launches the Authoring Wizard. Form Submissions and Notifications (Only available for Web pages that contain a custom Web form.) Click to access and manage data submitted through the Web form on the current page. 20
21 Exercise 1: BASIC NAVIGATION 1. Logging into the training site use the trainee user name and password to log into the training exercise site. Go to the training exercise site page. (URL is provided by the instructor) Use the login name and password provided by the instructor and log in to the Admin Homepage Under Content, click on CMS. 2. Go to Website Explorer From the CMS Workspace, click on Website Explorer under Design and Content. Confirm now you are in the folder structure area. 3. Creating a Folder - Create a subfolder called YourFirstName s folder (i.e. Lucy s folder) under the Student folder. If you are in the Workspace, go to Folders > About Us. If you are already in Website Explorer, click on Student on the left pane. With Student folder highlighted on the left pane, click the Add Subfolder button. Enter [Your first name] s folder as the Folder Title. Hit Tab key and let the system auto-fill the Folder URL Name. Choose Inherit from Parent Folder for Default Wrapper. Leave Create an index page for the new folder unchecked. Click OK to save 4. Moving Files - Move the Move me page from Navigation Exercise folder to the Student folder. Click on Navigation Exercise folder on the left pane. Choose [YourFirstName] s Folder by checking the box on the right pane. Click the Move Items button. Choose the Student folder as destination. Click Select. Click Continue. 5. Publishing Files Find a page that s in draft status in the Navigation Exercise folder and publish it. Click to Highlight the Navigation Exercise folder on the left pane. Check the status of the items. If there are a lot of items, sort them by clicking on the Status column heading. Choose the I'm a Draft, Publish Me file by checking the box. Click the Publish Items button. A Dialog box pops up. Notice it says that you are about to publish 2 content items. This draft page contains an image that's not live yet, and you can publish both the page and the image with one click. Check the Yes, I want to publish the item checkbox and click Publish. v. 7.0 Revised 02/
22 6. Expiring Files Expire the Please Expire Me page. Click to Highlight the Navigation Exercise folder on the left pane. Choose the Please Expire Me page by checking the box. Click the Expire Items button. A dialog box pops up. Check the Yes, I want to expire the item checkbox and click Expire. 7. Viewing Pages from Public Perspective - View the Check me out file from the public s perspective. Click on Navigation Exercise folder on the left pane. Right click on Check me out file and choose Live. To return to the workspace, click the Workspace button in the upper left corner of the live page, then navigate back to the Website Explorer. 8. Deleting Files - Delete the Delete Me file. Click on Navigation Exercise folder on the left pane. Check the box for the Delete Me file. Click on the Delete Items button. Discuss the difference between Expire and Delete. 9. Copying Files from Another Folder - Copy the Copy Me file in the Navigation Exercise folder and place it in YourName s Folder. Click on Navigation Exercise folder on the left pane. Check the box for the Copy Me file. Click the Copy Items button. Choose YourFirstName s folder as destination. 10. Viewing Folder Contents - View the items inside the Assets folder. How does it look different from other folders view? Highlight the Assets folder on the left pane. Note it defaults to gallery view. Click on the List view button to switch view. 11. Changing the display setting Change the display setting and view more items per page. Note by default only 20 items are displayed per page, and you have to use the pagination to page through. Highlight News folder. Change the Size dropdown menu on the right pane and choose All. 22
23 12. Adding images Add an image titled Upload Me.jpg from your training computer s local CMS Manager folder to the Assets folder in CMS. Highlight Assets folder on the left pane. Click on New Items button and choose New Image. Choose the Upload Me.jpg from you local CMS Manager training folder (in My Document). Click on the Publish button. 13. Locating a file using Search box Quickly, find Find me file! Use Search Content box. 14. Adding a folder to Favorites Add YourName s Folder to your Favorites. Highlight YourName s Folder on the left pane, and click on the Add to Favorites Star icon. Click on OK to confirm. 15. Configuring My Preferences Go to My Preferences section and enable the Author Toolbar. Go to [Your Name] > Preference Check if Author Toolbar is enabled. If not, click on the button to enable it. Also, confirm the items you added to the Favorites are listed here. Section Objectives what is CMS? Now you can: List six major advantages of using CMS Navigate around the CMS Workspace and Website Explorer 24 v. 7.0 Revised 02/
24 Creating and Editing Web Pages SECTION OBJECTIVES Section Objectives Creating web pages Upon completion of this section, you will be able to: Use the CMS HTML editor to insert various components & apply design attributes Preview the page with the CSS setting and involve external stake holders Schedule publication and expiration Utilize the Author Toolbar Perform version control 3 THE FIVE STEP PUBLICATION PROCESS Basic Publication Process 3 Standard pages take 5 step process like this. CMS HTML Editor is not the same as the Luminate Online WYSIWYG Editor. 24
25 Authoring Wizard What is Authoring Wizard? Configured per website to meet specific needs Different for each organization 74 As you create a new page, the Authoring Wizard guides you through a step-by-step process. It is highly configurable, so you will have one that is specifically configured to meet the needs of your organization. For example, some of you will go through the wizard like the one on the left, while others will see something like the one on the right. The Authoring Wizard you experience in our training site today may not be exactly the same as the one you get in your actual site. v. 7.0 Revised 02/
26 Step 1: Define Properties Step 1: Define Properties 5 In this step you enter basic information about your web page. Enter a Title for your page, then press tab key to auto-populate the File Name. The File Name is the very end part of the page URL, so it may not contain spaces. While you can manually edit the File Name, it is recommended that you leave it as is unless you change the Title. Since these fields are highly configurable, you will have other fields to fill out. Complete other fields as necessary. Click Next to move to Step 2. 26
27 Step 2: Enter Body Content Step 2: Enter Body Content Now work on this part! 6 While you enter and can style body content here, the overall display within a wrapper is usually controlled by the display templates for each content type. In the next exercise, let s go over the commonly used tools. v. 7.0 Revised 02/
28 Exercise 2: USE CMS HTML EDITOR Create a web page called YourFirstName s web page (i.e. Lucy s web page) under YourName s Folder. From the Website Explorer, highlight YourName s Folder under Student Folder. Click the New Item button. Enter [Your first name] s web page as the Title. Hit Tab key and let the system auto-fill the File Name. Provide description. Leave Category and Wrapper untouched, and click Next. 1. Inserting links - Type Here s a link to the home page and insert a hyperlink to the index page. Type Here s a link to the home page, and highlight the text. Click on the Insert Hyperlink button. Hyperlink dialog opens. Click Browse Folders, and choose the Home page. Click OK to embed the link. 2. Inserting Images from Assets Folder Insert the image titled Online Strategy from the Assets folder and align it to left with no border. Click on the Insert Image button. The Choose Image dialog opens. Navigate to the Assets folder, and choose the image titled Online Strategy and click Select. Right-click the inserted image and select Image Layout from the context menu. The Image Layout Dialog appears. Choose Left for Horizontal alignment, type 0 for Border and give 5 pixels Margins. 3. Inserting an image and uploading it the Assets Folder Grab an image from the web and store it on your desktop. Insert the image in the page and upload it to the Assets folder at the same time. Click on Insert Image button. The Choose Image dialog opens. Navigate to the Assets folder, then click on the New Item button. Follow the Image Authoring Wizard and upload & insert the image Right-click the inserted image and select Image Layout from the context menu. The Image Layout dialog appears. Choose Right for Horizontal alignment, type 0 for Border and give 5 pixels Margins. 4. Using an image display template Apply a display template to an image. Right-click on the image you inserted in the previous exercise and choose the Image Layout from the context menu. Choose the Image w/ Caption template and click OK. Confirm now the image has a caption under it. 5. Insert a table Place a table with 2 columns and 3 rows. Click on the Insert Table button. Highlight 2 boxes horizontally, and 3 boxed vertically. The box should say 3x2 table Confirm a table is inserted. 28
29 6. Change table properties Make the table width a little narrower. Right-click on the table, and choose Table Properties. A dialog box appears. Set the Table Width to 90%. 7. Change cell properties Make the left column narrower than the right column. Also, apply a background color to the left column. Right-click on the top cell on the left, and choose Cell Properties. A dialog box appears. Change the setting for Specify Cell Width to 30%. Also, pick a background color. Right-click on the right cell and choose Cell Properties. A dialog box appears. Change the cell width to 70%. * Background color and border color are not limited to the colors offered in this dialog box. If you know the hex code of the color you want to use, simply switch to a code view and replace the color code with your hex code. 8. Insert a row Add one more rows to the table. Right-click on the cell that is right above where you want to add another row. Choose Row > Insert Row After. Confirm a new row is added. 9. Add a section heading Add a section title before the table and apply the Heading 2 design attributes. Type in a section title before the table. Highlight the text, and apply Heading 2 from the dropdown. Note that at this point you are not seeing the text with the proper style attributes. v. 7.0 Revised 02/
30 Step 3: Preview Step 3: Preview View the page with Wrapper & Template CSS setting 9 You can preview a page before saving and submitting for approval. At this point, a wrapper, display template, and the CSS setting are applied so you can have a realistic view of the page. Involving External Reviewers Allow external reviewers to preview the page without a CMS admin role 10 You can also allow external reviewers without CMS access to preview the item by using Copy this link for external reviewers feature. 30
31 Step 4 & 5 Step 4 & 5 Define Go Live date / Expiration date Send item for review & publication Self-publish 11 If you are a folder-level Author, click Finish to submit the page to the standard publication process. The assigned Folder Reviewers (or Managers) for the folder will approve the page. If you are a Manager for the current folder, you have publication approval privileges. Click the Publish button at any time. v. 7.0 Revised 02/
32 Status Page What is a Status Page? Landing page for the folder? Back to the editing screens Make the page unavailable without deleting it 12 Every time you publish an item, you will be taken to the status page of the item. From the Live Page 13 Enable Author Toolbar to have one click access to the editing screens. 32
33 Version Control Revert to the older version when necessary 14 By default, CMS keeps 15 versions of each web page. You can revert to any of the older versions from the Changes tab. v. 7.0 Revised 02/
34 Exercise 3: PREVIEW, PUBLISH, AND MANAGE WEB PAGES 1. Preview the page with a CSS setting Preview the draft page with the CSS setting. Notice the page title you provided in Step 1 is inserted with Heading 1 design attributes. Also, the section heading you provided before the table now renders with the Heading 2 design attributes. 2. Send the preview page to a non-administrator Generate the URL to send to the external stakeholders. Click on Copy this link for external reviewers. Copy the URL of the screen that pops up. You can send this URL to external reviewers. 3. Schedule Publication and Expiration Schedule the page you created to go live immediately, and to expire following Saturday. Click Next to get to Step 4: Schedule screen. Schedule publication and expiration dates. 4. Publish the page a. In step 5, you will have the choice of either sending the item to a custom workflow, or approve it now. Approve it to publish the page. 5. Designate a page to be an index page From the Status page, click on Make this the index page. The page becomes the landing page of the folder. 6. Move directly to Enter Body Content Screen from a Live Page View the live version of yourname s web page, and go directly back to Step 2: Enter Body Content screen from the page From the Status page, click on the URL to view the live page. Author Toolbar will appear on the upper left hand corner of the page. Click on Edit Body Content icon to move back to Step 2. Edit and publish the page several times so that you can use the version control feature in the next exercise. 7. Perform Version Control Revert back to the older version of the page. From the Status page, click on Changes tab. Click on the version you wish to go back to, and click Revert to This Version. 34
35 CHECK YOUR UNDERSTANDING Check Your Understanding Can you make a page unavailable a week from now? How would you do that? How would you change the file name of a web page? If you want to revert back to the previous version of a web page, where would you go? What is the difference between deleting a page and expiring a page? What would you do in order to change an existing page to the index page of a folder? 86 Section Objectives Creating web pages Now you can Use the CMS HTML editor to insert various components & apply design attributes Preview the page with the CSS setting and involve external stake holders Schedule publication and expiration Utilize the Author Toolbar Perform version control 19 v. 7.0 Revised 02/
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