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2 2 WHAT IS DRUPAL? Drupal is Emerson College s content management system (CMS) for the Emerson College website. Drupal is web-based program that allows Emerson College users to edit their departments website(s). The following guide will teach you how to edit the various aspects of your page(s) in Drupal. LOGGING IN 1. Open your browser (use either Firefox, Safari, or Chrome). 2. Go to: to edit the site 3. Fill in the following fields: 1. Username: (your ECNet Username. ex: algernon_humperdink) 2. Password: (your ECNet password)

3 HOW PAGES ARE CONSTRUCTED Drupal General Editing Manual 3 Drupal uses a form format to create pages by pulling information from necessary fields. Drupal then generates a page from that information.

4 4 CONTENT TYPES Pages can be made using different content types. Here is a list of the content types that you will need to know: Generic Page: The most used content-type with a column on the left for navigation, a column in the middle for content, and a column on the right for promos. Includes option to make page wide and eliminating right column. News Article: A page used for news articles. News articles allow their content to be featured on multiple pages throughout the site. Page Redirect: A redirect link that can be added to your left navigation to go to a page not in that section or to an external page (non emerson.edu). Promo - Left Column: A text-centric box on the left side to promote a call-to-action, deadline, event, or program message. Promo - Right Column: Also a promotional tool, the right promo has more flexibility to include images, various templates, and multiple links. Used to promote other pages, resources, multimedia, call-to-action, deadlines, events, or programs. The following are pages that you cannot edit yourself but are available to you to use: Slideshow Page: A page that contains multiple pictures and captions that can move automatically or clicked though at the pace of the viewer. A slideshow page is added dynamically to the top of a page. Contact to create/edit a slideshow page for you. Syndicated Page: A page that reproduces another page. When the original page is updated, all syndicated pages are updated as well. This is useful if you want to have the same information in multiple locations. Contact to create/edit a syndicated page for you. Video Page: A page that contains a video from Median. A video page is added to the top of a page. Contact to create/edit a video page for you and help you get it approved. Video Listing Page: A page that contains multiple video pages in thumbnail format for easy browsing. Contact to create/edit a video listing page for you. Webform: An online form with many types of questions that can be filled and submitted to whomever would need to receive the information. All submissions can also be downloaded in a spreadsheet. Contact to create/edit a webform page for you.

5 5 Generic Page Contact to create a blank template of this page for you. Anything with a star (*) is required: a. Title*: The top Heading for the page, the name of the URL, the title in the breadcrumb and the left navigation. Keep the Title brief. Don t change the title thereafter unless you ve checked with Web Services first. b. Banner Image: N/A. Ignore field. c. Full Page Title: If the title is too long for the breadcrumb and navigation, you can add a longer title here, or alternate title. d. Superheader: A smaller header that goes above the Title. This is useful if your page is a part of a series of pages. For example, an academic program in a department may have a Superheader of the department name. Reminder: Once a page is published, do not change the Title field. The Title field changes the URL for the page. Therefore, any link to your page will now be broken. If you need to change what the header says at the top of your page, edit the Full Page Title field. e. Video Reference (does not display when using the wide layout): The field that lets you apply Video to your page. Videos will show up at the top of the page above the general content. There is also a way to embed within body content ( Web Services). f. Slideshow Reference (does not display when using the wide layout): The field that lets you apply a Slideshow to your page. Slideshows will show up at the top of the page below the heading but above the general content. There is also a way to embed within body content ( Web Services).

6 6 g. Summary: N/A. h. Body: Where the main content of this page is located. The body field works similarly to MS Word. This guide goes into more detail about using the editor in the Text Editor section. i. Promos: Promos need to be created before creating your main page. i. Left Promo: Where left promos are added. Start typing in the name of a promo, and it will appear in a list. Then select the one you want to use. You can add up to two left promos. ii. Right Promo (does not display when using the wide layout): Where right promos are added. Start typing in the name of a promo, and it will appear in a list. Then select the one you want to use. You can add as many right promos as you want but it is probably best to add no more than two. j. Use Wide Layout: Switches between using the full width or right column layout. When selected, the following will not appear: right column promos, videos and slideshows. k. Revision Log Message*: Comments are required to log what was changed to the page or that you are saving and do not want the page published. Fields to ignore (n/a to Emerson Website): Banner Image Related Links Related Downloads 3X3 Promos Scheduling Page Updates / Unpublishing Changes You may opt to schedule an update for a certain time and/or date. Note in the revision log when saving your page (See Submitting section).

7 7 Promo Left Column To Create a Promo - Left Column: 1. Click Create Content 2. Click Promo - Left Column 3. Fill in the necessary fields. Anything with a star (*) is required: a. Title*: The name of the promo. Make it easily Tip: When creating new pages, create your promos beforehand so you don t have to edit your page more than once. searchable by preceding it with the name of the department the promo is intended for separated by dashes. Plus add the name of what you are promoting. Here are some examples: i. Academics - External Programs - Kasteel Well Information Sessions ii. Alumni - Reunion Giving iii. Housing - Move In b. Department Access*: Determines who has access to edit this page. Your department should be selected. c. Line 1*: A short line of text goes here: a callout. d. Line 2*: A short line of text goes here: a call-to-action statement. e. Line 3*: A short line of text goes here: an explanation of what you want people to do. f. URL: Where you want people to go to when they click on the promo g. Revision Log Message*: Comments are required to log what was changed to the page or that you are saving and do not want the page published. Note: Promos can be scheduled to be published and/or unpublished. This can be helpful if your promo has a start date or deadline attached to whatever it is promoting. Examples: There is a deadline to RSVP by June 5. On June 6 at midnight, the promo can be scheduled to be taken down. The start of registering for housing selection doesn t begin until March 3 at 10:00 am. The promo can be scheduled to be published at that exact time.

8 Promo Right Column Drupal General Editing Manual 8 Reminder: By default, promos from parent pages are automatically posted on child pages. If the right promo section of a page is empty, that page will display whatever is selected on the parent page. This is so you can easily have the same information on multiple pages. If a page has the right promo fields filled out, then those promos supersede whatever was placed on the parent. To Create a Promo - Right Column: 1. Click Create Content 2. Click Promo - Right Column 3. Fill in the necessary fields. Anything with a star (*) is required: a. Title*: The name of the promo. You need to make it Tip: When creating new pages, create your promos beforehand so you don t have to edit your page more than once. easily searchable by preceding it with the name of the department the promo is intended for, separated by dashes. Plus add the name of what you are promoting. Here are some examples: Student Life - Orientation - Newsletters - Freshmen Alumni - Resources for Emissaries Registrar - Fall Important Dates b. Department Access*: Determines who has access to edit this page. Your department should be selected. c. Promo Content: Where the main content of this promo goes. The editor works similarly to MS Word. Use the Promo templates by clicking the templates button. The next section goes into detail about the different templates you can use. d. Revision Log Message*: Comments are required to log what was changed to the page or that you are saving and do not want the page published. Note: Promos can be scheduled to be published and/or unpublished. This can be helpful if your promo has a start date or deadline attached to whatever it is promoting. Examples: There is a deadline to RSVP by June 5. On June 6 at midnight, the promo can be scheduled to be taken down. The start of registering for housing selection doesn t begin until March 3 at 10:00 am. The promo can be scheduled to be published at that exact time. Right Promo Templates Drupal has pre-set designs that can be implemented onto a page. You can find them by clicking on the templates icon.

9 9 Useful Links Promo Useful links provide a list of links to other sections of the website. 1. Select Right Promo: Useful Links from the templates menu. 2. Highlight and replace each sentence of the text. You need to edit each individual line in order to retain the style. 3. Add links to each page you want to link to. Grey Header Promo A box that can have information and links with a grey header at the top. 1. Select Right Promo: Grey Header from the templates menu. 2. Highlight and replace each paragraph of the text. You need to edit each paragraph individually in order to retain the style. 3. Add links if needed. Purple Header Promo A box that can have information and links with a purple header at the top. 1. Select Right Promo: Purple Header from the templates menu. 2. Highlight and replace each paragraph of the text. You need to edit each paragraph individually in order to retain the style. 3. Add links if needed. Pull Quote Promo A box that can have a marketing quote. 1. Select the Right Promo: Pull Quote from the templates menu.

10 2. Highlight and replace each sentence of the text. You need to edit each individual line in order to retain the style. 10 Photo Promo 1. Select the Right Promo: Photo from the templates menu. 2. Highlight and replace the image with a new image or one from the image directory (review the Images section for more detail). Be sure to change the link for the image or remove the link. 3. Highlight the caption text and change it. 4. Add links if needed. Reminder: The image has to be 200 x 150 pixels. When adding images to a photo promo you do not need to adjust Border, H Space and V Space, or Align.

11 11 FIND PAGES TO EDIT There are multiple ways to find pages to edit. You can also view children pages or past versions of a page. You can search for pages based on their title, department or content type. You can use all three at once or one at a time or any combination that works best. When you find the page that you want, click on the Title to edit the page. Search by Title Put in a word(s) from the Title of the page you are looking for. For this example, we are looking for every page with the phrase communication management in the Title.

12 12 Search by Department Department allows you to sort by the Department who owns this page. The search below is looking for all Communication Studies pages with the phrase communication management in the Title.

13 13 Search by Content Type Content Type allows you to sort by the type of page it is. The search below is looking for all Generic Pages that are filed under Communication Studies with the phrase communication management in the Title.

14 14 Edit Children Pages Every page is a child of another. A normal search can be the best method in finding a page. But sometimes you may need to dig to find the pages that you want. For example, it may be difficult finding a Contact Us page since there is so many of them on the website. Search for the parent of the contact us page you are looking for, once you find it, you will easily be able to view/edit the Contact Us page for that section. If you want to edit a child page: 1. Click Children to the right of the page you are looking for: 2. From there you can select which page to edit or you can view children on the next tier.

15 15 View/Edit Past Revisions of a page Drupal logs every revision that is made to a page. You can: see what changes were made and when, fix a mistake, and review text from the past and reuse it. To edit or view a previous revision: 1. Find the page you are looking for. 2. Click on Revisions in the top tab. 3. Find and click on the date of the revision that you would like to view. 4. Click Edit to edit that particular revision.

16 TEXT EDITOR (BODY FIELD) Editing Text 1. Go to your editable page and find the Body field: Drupal General Editing Manual Edit the text. What you see in the editor will show up on the final page. Copying and Pasting Text from Microsoft Word or Other Sources 1. Copy the text you want to use. 2. Click on the paste as plain text icon: 3. Paste the text into the pop-up field: Reminder: Enter/Return on the keyboard does a double space. Shift + Enter/Return on the keyboard does a single space. 4. Click OK. 5. Make any formatting changes within the body field.

17 17 STYLES There are various styles that can be applied to text to show emphasis. Bold/Italics Bold or Italics are a great way to make words or statements stand out. Headings Heading 2-5.can be used in any combination on the page to divide up sections. Here is what they look like: SEO Tip: Headings, Bold and Italics are important for SEO. Keywords that are classified in any of these styles boosts SEO for the page. Headings should be relevant subtopics of a page and when possible include keywords. Bold and Italics should be keywords or important statements. Headings should be brief. A good strategy for consistency is to use each subsequent heading as a subheading. For example, if you had a page devoted to an undergraduate program, the various headings for concentrations should be heading 2, while the elective headings in each concentration would be a heading 3 and so on. Other Styles Other styles can added to show different types of emphasis. Some useful styles are Grey Serif Italicized and Listing Page Section. Feel free to use any of these on your page when necessary. For all other styles, refer to the Emerson College Web Style Guide. Reminder: While showing emphasis to text is helpful for the reader, showing too much emphasis on a page will lose its effect. Use styles where appropriate but make sure not to overdo it.

18 18 GENERIC PAGE / NEWS ARTICLE TEMPLATES Drupal has pre-set designs that can be implemented onto a page. You can find them by clicking on the templates icon, to the left of Source. Below is a list of the templates: Buttons There is a button available for more emphasized call to action links. 1. Select Button from the templates menu. 2. Place cursor inside and type the text. Highlight text and create a link to another page. 3. On the live page the button will be a dynamic purple button that turns green when someone hovers over it. 4. Character limits: For a right promo, 21 max. Generic page: 54 max. Useful Links Useful links provide a list of links to other sections of the website. 1. Select the Useful Links from the templates menu. 2. Highlight and replace each sentence of the text with what you want it to be. You need to edit each individual line in order to retain the style. 3. Add links to each page you want to link to. Pull Quote 1. Select the Pull Quote from the templates menu. 2. Highlight and replace each sentence of the text with what you want it to be. You need to edit each individual line in order to retain the style. Photo Caption 1. Select the Photo with Caption from the templates menu. Reminder: The image has to be 450 pixels wide. When adding images to a photo caption you do not need to adjust Border, H Space and V Space, or Align.

19 2. Highlight and replace the image with a new image or one from the image directory. For more information on images, refer to the Images section. 3. Highlight the caption text and change it to what you want it to be. 19 Show/Hide Tabs 1. Select the Show/Hide Tabs from the templates menu. 2. There will be five sections. Fill each section accordingly with headers and text. You can even add images to the white areas. 3. Please note that you will not be able to preview the functionality of the show/hide tabs as it would appear on the live site. Please save and if you are unsure or have any questions before it goes live. She will ensure the tabs are functioning.

20 20 LINKS Create a link to another emerson.edu page (Internal Link) 1. Highlight the text that you want to link from. 2. Click on the link icon: 3. Copy and paste the emerson.edu URL into the field that says URL. Only paste the URL after emerson.edu. For example: If the URL is: SEO Tip: When creating links, make the linktext the same as the Title of the linked page. For example, if you are linking to the LA Program, make LA Program the link text in the following phrase: Find out more about the LA Program. However, if your link text is Learn More or More Information, definitely define the page you are sending them to in the Advisory Title (Under Advanced). 4. You only need to add: /academics/international-study-external-programs/ 5. Click on the Advanced tab 6. For Advisory Title add the same phrase as the link-text. 7. Click OK. Create a link to another website (External Link) 1. Highlight the text that you want to link from.

21 2. Click on the link icon: Drupal General Editing Manual Copy and paste or type the URL into the field that says URL: 4. Click on the second tab that says Target. 5. Open up the drop-down menu. 6. Click on New Window (_blank): 7. Click on the Advanced tab 8. For Advisory Title add the same phrase as the link-text. 9. Click OK.

22 Create a link to a new PDF (Upload a PDF) Drupal General Editing Manual 22 Tip: PDFs are difficult to update and require a PDF reader to be viewed. An updatable, searchable Drupal page is preferable. Reminder: Before uploading a PDF, make sure the file name has the following: All lower case letters The department that will use this PDF What is in the PDF Hyphens between each word Ex: for a PDF of the Financial Aid application for the academic year use: financialservices undergraduate-financial-assistance-application.pdf This is essential for consistent organization and SEO. The goal is that someone can just look at the file name and know who is responsible for it and what it is. 1. Highlight the text that you want to link from. 2. Click on the link icon: 3. Click Browse Server: 4. Find the correct folder, on the left of the pop-up where your PDF should go. All PDF s go into the Files folder. And then the affiliated department. Ex: a. Communication Studies PDF s would go under /Files/Academics b. Career Services PDF s would go under /Files/StudentLife 5. Click Upload. 6. Click Browse: Tip: If you do not see the folder you are looking for, select <root> at the top to reload the list. 7. Select the PDF file you want to upload. 8. Click Open.

23 9. Click Upload at the bottom. 10. Make sure the at the PDF you wish to link to is selected and click Insert File: Click on the Advanced tab 12. For Advisory Title add the same phrase as the link-text. 13. Click OK. Create a link to a PDF that is already uploaded 1. Highlight the text that you want to link from. 2. Click on the link icon: 3. Click Browse Server: 4. Find the file you want to upload. Once you find the folder where the PDF should be, the best way to find the file is to do the following: a. Activate your browser s finding function, CTRL-F b. Type a keyword for the PDF that you want to link to. c. The menu will scroll to find files that match the keyword. 5. Select the file you want to link to. 6. Click Insert File: 7. Click on the Advanced tab 8. For Advisory Title add the same phrase as the link-text. 9. Click OK. Create an link 1. Highlight the text that you want to link from: 2. Click on the link icon: 3. Under Link Type, select Reminder: Place your link on the actual address text. For instance, if you wanted to then the address should be typed onto your page and then linked. This way, viewers have the option to click on the link or copy and paste the actual address, like this:

24 24 4. Type in the Address field, the that you want people to contact. You can also fill out the default Subject and Body. 5. Click OK. Create Anchor or Jump Links 1. Put the cursor where you want the anchor to go. 2. Click on the Anchor icon: 3. Put in a name for the anchor that has no symbols or spaces: Reminder: To successfully create anchor links, you must create the anchors first and then the links.

25 25 4. Click OK. A gold icon will appear where you added the anchor. (The icon will not appear on the live page.) 5. Highlight the text that you want to link from. 6. Click on the link icon: 7. Under Link Type, select Link to anchor in the text:

26 8. Select the anchor you want to link to in the first drop down menu: Click on the Advanced tab 10. For Advisory Title add the same phrase as the link-text. 11. Click OK. Vanity URLs Uses: Long URLs that need to be featured in Marketing Campaigns in a simpler, shorter form. Or, URLs that may change over time but that are used in campaigns or elsewhere on the site, so that despite the original URL changing, you don t need to change the Vanity URL. Example: Vanity URL: Points to Original URL: How to request: to request a vanity URL. Note: It can NOT be a common vanity name, e.g. emerson.edu/events or emerson.edu/admission because they are likely taken already. We will check the uniqueness of the URL and work something out.

27 27 IMAGES Images liven up a website. They put ideas into context and are a nice break from text. Be sure to incorporate images wherever they would be relevant. For help with images, whether it be finding or editing them, use the Photography guidelines page and you may also contact Web Services at Upload a new image Reminder: Before uploading an image, make sure the file name has the following: All lower case letters The department that will use this photo What is in the photo Hyphens between each word Ex: for a photo of Marketing Communication students studying use: mc-students-studying.jpg This is essential for consistent organization and SEO. The goal is that someone can just look at the file name and know who is responsible for it and what it is. 1. In the editor, add the Photo with caption template by clicking on the Template icon: 2. Click on the image in the template that has the reminder of what size the image should be. 3. Click on the image icon: 4. Click Browse Server on the pop-up screen: 5. Find the correct folder, on the left of the pop-up where your image should go. Either in GenericPhotos or RightPromoPhotos. And then the affiliated department. Ex: Communication Studies generic photos would go under /GenericPhotos/Academics 6. Click Upload on the top. Tip: If you do not see the folder you are looking for, select the <root> at the top to reload the list. Career Services right promo photo would go under /RightPromoPhotos/StudentLife

28 7. Click Browse to look for the image on your desktop: Drupal General Editing Manual Once you find it click Open. 9. Click Upload at the bottom. 10. Once uploaded, select that image if it is not selected already. 11. Click Insert File: 12. In the image properties box, the image that was uploaded will be visible. You can then fill out the necessary information: Alternative text - The Alternate Image Text provides a description of the image to those who cannot download the images or are visually impaired. It s required to fill this portion out completely, describing what is in the image. SEO Tip: Alternative text should be a description of the image but if relevant, make sure the Alt Text has keywords related to the topic of the page.

29 Drupal General Editing Manual 29 Link - Adds a link to the image so that when someone clicks on it, they can be taken to another page or open a PDF. Creating a link is the same as the process described in the link section. The only difference is that the pop-up editor window looks different. 13. Click on the Advanced tab 14. For Advisory Title add the same phrase as the link-text. 15. When you are done, click OK and the image should appear in the Photo template on your page. Note: Images should be 72dpi, no wider than 450px for a generic page or 200px wide by 150 px in height for right promos and less than 100kb in file size. Otherwise they run the risk of taking a long time to download and being too big for the page. If the images you want to use are too big, you can edit the photo in Photoshop by using the cropping tool to crop your images to the exact size you need. Simply scaling an image down in Drupal when an image is already huge won't take down the file size. Since all images will be added to a template you do not need to adjust Border, H Space and V Space or Align. Add an image that is already uploaded 1. In the editor, add the Photo with caption template by clicking on the Template icon: 2. Click on the image in the template that has the reminder of what size the image should be. 3. Click on the image icon: 4. Click Browse Server on the pop-up screen: 5. Find the file you want to upload. Once you find the folder where the image should be, the best way to find it is to do the following: a. Activate your browser s finding function, CTRL-F. b. Type a keyword for the image. c. The menu will scroll to find files that match the keyword. 6. Select the image that you want to use. 7. Click Insert File: 8. In the image properties box, the image that was uploaded will be visible. Fill out the Alternative text and if needed a link: Alternative text - The Alternate Image Text provides a description of the image to those who cannot download the images or are visually impaired. It s required to fill this portion out completely, describing what is in the image.

30 Drupal General Editing Manual 30 Link - Adds a link to the image so that when someone clicks on it, they can be taken to another page or open a PDF. Creating a link is the same as the process described in the link section. The only difference is that the pop-up editor window looks different. 9. When you are done, click OK. Note: Images should be 72dpi, no wider than 450px for a generic page or 200px wide by 150 px in height for right promos and less than 100kb in file size. Otherwise they run the risk of taking a long time to download and being too big for the page. If the images you want to use are too big, you can edit the photo in Photoshop by using the cropping tool to crop your images to the exact size you need. Simply scaling an image down in Drupal when an image is already huge won't take down the file size. Since all images will be added to a template you do not need to adjust Border, H Space and V Space or Align TO ADD PHOTOS (NOT IN THE TEMPLATE) Sometimes, you want to include an image that is smaller than the 450px template (such as a biography picture, right aligned image, etc.). You can do this by directly adding an image to the body. 1. Place your cursor in the body of text, where you want the image to go. 2. Click on the image icon 3. Click Browse (follow same instructions as above to upload an image from your computer, or add an already saved, formatted image). 4. Next, you must set the Hspace (horizontal space) and Vspace (vertical space), to put some padding between any text and the image. Start with 5px and adjust as necessary. 5. For text to wrap around the image, you must set the alignment to Right or Left. 6. Be sure to set Alternative Text and the Advisory Title to describe/name the image.

31 31 TABLES Tables are an easy way to display content in rows and columns for easy reading of lots of information. Creating a table 1. Put the cursor where you want the table to go. 2. Click the table icon: 3. In the table properties pop-up, you can edit a number of specifications. Below is a list of the properties that you will need to change most often: a. Rows the amount of rows in the table. b. Columns the amount of columns in the table. c. Width the width of the whole table. The most common width you will use is 100%. d. Border Size the size of each cell s border. The most common is 1 or 0. e. Cell Spacing the pixel distance between each cell. The most common is between 2-5. f. Cell Padding the pixel distance between the text within the cell and the cell wall. The most common is between 2-5. g. Caption/Summary it helps with SEO to further define the purpose of the table, by captioning it or summarizing its contents. 4. When you are done click OK. Editing a table s properties 1. Right-Click on any cell of the table.

32 2. Scroll down and click Table Properties: Drupal General Editing Manual From there you will be able to adjust just about all the properties that were set when the table was created. Add a row 1. Right-Click on any cell of the table. 2. Scroll down and click Row. 3. Add a row before or after the current cell you are in: Add a column 1. Right-Click on any cell of the table. 2. Scroll down and click Column. 3. Add a column before or after the current cell you are in:

33 Create a fixed width for a column 1. Go to the top cell in a column 2. Right-Click within that cell. 3. Scroll down and click Cell properties: Drupal General Editing Manual Change the width to a percentage to make sure the column width stays the width that you want: 5. Click OK when done. Note: To access the Table Properties on a Mac, you need to use Safari. Since you cannot right-click on a Mac you need to hold down Ctrl on the keyboard and click the mouse twice. The first time brings up the safari menu, the second time the table editor menu appears. The rest of the steps above work as directed.

34 34 ADD DYNAMIC CONTENT TO A PAGE Add a video to a page 1. Make sure that the Video you want to add is already in Drupal. Contact Web Services, if you have any questions. 2. Find and Edit the page you would like the video to be shown. 3. Under Video Reference, type a word within the title of your Video: 4. Pages with that same word in the title will show up in the list. 5. Once you see the one you want, select it by clicking on it. Add a slideshow to a page 1. Make sure that the Slideshow you want to add is already in Drupal. Contact Web Services if you have any questions. 2. Find and Edit the page you would like the slideshow to be shown 3. Under Slideshow Reference, type a word within the title of your slideshow page. 4. Pages with that same word in the title will show up in the list.

35 5. Once you see the one you want, click on it. Drupal General Editing Manual 35 Add a promo 1. Create a Left or Right Promo Page you want to use. (See directions in the Creating Pages section on how to create one). 2. Find and Edit the page or section you would like the promo to be shown. 3. Under Left or Right Promo Page, type a word within the title of your Promo page 4. Pages with that same word in the title will show up in the list. 5. Once you see the one you want, click on it.

36 36 Note: Right Promos are inherited from the parent page. This means if you add a promo to the first page in a parent, it will show in all children pages. Ex: If I add a Right Promo to it will show up on: and so on. Note #1: Too many right promos = really long awkward page Especially if the content in the body is shorter than the long trail of promos on the right. So choose carefully! Note #2 Contact Us Pages > Contact Us Promos. Promos take up room, and defeat the purpose of site-wide Contact Us pages that are better indexed.

37 37 SUBMITTING PAGES Save/Submit a Page 1. Select Revision Information at the bottom of the page, if it is not already selected. 2. Fill out the Revision Log Message field. 3. Either say Still working, do not publish OR (Describe what you made changes to). Please Publish. 4. When you are done, click Save to submit the page:

38 38 APPROVAL Changes to your pages will not go live right away. They will be reviewed by Web Services before they are published. Pages are usually published within hours. While anyone in Web Services will be able to approve your page or make changes, The Webmaster is your principal contact. Please contact her first, at or at , if you have any questions or need a page to be approved ASAP.

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