1 Lions Clubs International e-district House Content Management System (CMS) Training Guide All of the material contained in this guide is the exclusive property of Alkon Consulting Group, Inc. (Alkon). We are providing this material to the District/Multiple District through Lions Clubs International as a courtesy. Under no circumstances may a Lions District/Multiple District or its members distribute this material to any parties or individuals outside of Lions without the express written permission of Lions Clubs International (LCI) Lions Clubs International
2 Table of Contents I. Introduction Page 3 II. Access Page 3 A. Creating a District Web Site Page 3 B. Administrative Web Site (CMS) Page 4 III. CMS Functions Page 4 A. Log Out Page 5 B. Home Page 5 C. My Account Page 6 D. Manage Pages Page 6 E. Manage Calendar Page 8 F. Manage Photo Gallery Page 9 G. Adding Public Pages Page 11 H. Sorting Added Public Pages Page 13 I. Hiding (and Showing) Added Public Pages Page 13 J. Manage Account Page 15 K. View Site Page 15 IV. Using the Page Editor Page 16 V. Other e-district House Pages Page 24 A. Utility Pages Page 24 B. Lions Clubs International (LCI) Links Page 24 VI. Support Page Lions Clubs International
3 I. Introduction This Training Guide describes the Content Management System (CMS) features of your e-district House Web site. These features allow you to control content that can be viewed by both district members and the public. Members Only features are covered in a separate Training Guide. II. Access A. Creating a District Web Site A new e-district House Web site is created by going to the public site: Click Getting Started in the left menu, then click the Start Your Application button: The LionNet administrator assigns new district Web sites a URL during the application process Lions Clubs International
4 B. Administrative Web Site (CMS) The district Webmaster will use the Administrative Web Site (CMS) to create the content for your district s Web site. The LionNet administrator will give the Webmaster access to the CMS using a Username and Password (see the graphic below for the Webmaster Login box). If you want to change to the username or password, please contact the LionNet administrator: If you forget your information, click the Forgot My Information link and you will receive the information via the account on record in the system. The next section of the guide outlines each content area in the CMS to help you to keep your Web site up-to-date. III. CMS Functions This section describes each link found within the CMS and how it works. Please note that for purposes of this guide, we are using a fictitious district Web site as an example. The functionality and concepts for all district Web sites however will be exactly the same. To begin, login to the public e-district House site by entering your username and password in the Webmaster Login screen (as shown below). The username and password should have been sent to you by the LionNet administrator Lions Clubs International
5 Once you log in, you will see a confirmation message. This is the main page where you will add and edit content for your district site using the left menu choices. Remember, while you are using the CMS, you are actually working in the public e-district House site. The changes you make there will show up in your district Web site. From this page, you can perform all the functions needed to update and maintain your district Web site. As a district Webmaster, you will have complete control over the content of your site; however, you CANNOT customize the look or functionality of your site. You will work with the tools provided. A. Log Out - Once you finish updating your site, click the Logout link at the bottom of the left menu to exit the system. (Please note that when the system is idle for 20 minutes it automatically logs you out.) B. Home This is a link to the public e-district House site where you are working with the CMS Lions Clubs International
6 C. My Account This page displays the design template your site is currently using. There is a choice of two design templates. The design template you are currently using will be selected on the screen. To change to the other design template, simply click the button and then click the Update button. That will automatically change the look of your district Web site to the new design. D. Manage Pages This link takes you to a page where you can edit the five primary pages that are part of your district Web site. The five primary pages (Home, Calendar, Projects, Photo Gallery, Contact Us) are shown in the Page Name column. They are static or permanent pages. You cannot delete, hide, or change the name of these pages, but you can manage their content. (Thus, the Show/Hide column is empty.) Lions Clubs International
7 The Action column shows what you can do to each page. Home page Clicking Edit Live Page allows you to use the page editor to change the text displayed on the public Home page of your district Web site. When your changes are complete, click the Preview button at the bottom. The following screen (displaying your text) will appear: Note that an extra sentence describing Lions, mandated by LCI, will appear on your Web site Home page that cannot be edited. The buttons at the right allow you to 1) Publish this link will publish the page with the new text to the server and make the page available to all people who visit your district s public Web site. 2) Edit this link will take you back to the edit screen so that you can continue to make changes to the page before you publish it. 3) Save as Draft this link will save the page within the system but will NOT publish the page to the public Web site. It will remain in the system only as a draft. (You can find information on additional functions of the page editor in Section IV of this guide). Calendar page See Section E below. Projects page Clicking Edit Live Page or Edit Draft allows you to use the page editor to change the text displayed on the Projects page of your district Web site. Proceed as described above under Home page. Photo Gallery page See Section F below. Contact Us page Clicking Edit Live Page or Edit Draft allows you to use the page editor to change the text displayed on the Contact Us page of your district Web site. Proceed as described above under Home page. Adding Public Pages See Sections G, H, I below Lions Clubs International
8 E. Manage Calendar In the Calendar line, click Manage in the Action column. This link will take you to a page to edit your district s event calendar. The calendar will display each event on your public Web site up to the event date and then automatically delete it from the system. To add an event to your district Calendar Web page, complete the fields (Event Name, Event Date, Event Time, Event Cost, Event Location, Event Description). Once you enter all of the information, click the add button in the lower left corner to add the event to your Web site. That item (and all events added to your calendar) will automatically display on your Web site in chronological order. Only the fields that contain information will display on the web site (e.g., if you do not fill in the Event Cost field, that information will NOT appear on your Web site) Lions Clubs International
9 You may also feature up to three events to appear on every page of your site. To do that, choose an event (we ll choose Corn Roast ) and click the Feature button. This will display that event on every page of your Web site in the upper right corner. The More link in the Featured Events section takes you to a list of all of your events. To remove an event from Featured Events section, click the Un-Feature button next to the item. This option is also on the Calendar Manage page under Manage Featured. F. Manage Photo Gallery In the Photo Gallery line, click Manage in the Action column. This link allows you to manage photos on your Web site. Your photo gallery will hold up to ten photos, and you can add captions to the photos Lions Clubs International
10 This page allows you to upload an image. (Please note that images should not exceed 1mb in size and 470 pixels in width. Using a tool like MS Paint, you can resize photos that exceed these dimensions.) To begin, type a caption. Then, click the Browse button to select an image from your computer. Once you select a picture, click the Add button. The photos will display on your district site s Photo Gallery page top to bottom in the order they are entered. You can change this order by entering a number in the Sort Order box. You may either edit (for Caption or Sort Order) or remove a photo from your photo gallery page by clicking the Edit or Remove button on the Photo Gallery Manage page Lions Clubs International
11 G. Adding Public Pages This allows you to add, edit or hide up to seven (7) additional public pages to your district Web site. These pages will display on your public page menu below the five (5) primary pages. This is a very flexible tool, because it allows you to add and organize additional Web page content in a way that will most benefit your district. To add pages, access the Manage Pages page and click the Create Another Public Optional Page button. (Note that after seven new pages have been created, this button will no longer display. Subsequent new pages can be created by replacing the content of an existing page with the new content.) A page will display that allows you to type in a Page Name and enter content for the page. In our example, we have typed in Club Officers for the Page Name field and added the names of our club officers using the page editor. (You can find information on additional functions of the page editor in Section IV of this guide) Lions Clubs International
12 Once you enter all of the content for this page, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click the Preview button. This displays the information on a temporary page to give you an opportunity to preview it before you publish it to the server and make it a page on your site. As you look at this new temporary page, you have three options: 1) Publish this link will publish the page to the server and make the page available to all people who visit your district s public Web site. 2) Edit this link will take you back to the edit screen so that you can continue to make changes to the page before you publish it. 3) Save as Draft this link will save the page within the system but will NOT publish the page to the public Web site. It will remain in the system only as a draft. (You can find information on additional functions of the page editor in Section IV of this guide). Once you choose to publish the page it will automatically appear on your district s public Web site in the left menu under the five primary pages Lions Clubs International
13 H. Sorting Added Public Pages Once you add at least two new public pages to your site, you can sort the order of these pages. The sort order determines the order in which the new page titles display in the left menu below the five primary menu titles. Web masters cannot change the sort order of the five primary pages. Click on the Sort Pages button in the left menu. In the example below, notice that the left menu in a district Web site lists additional created pages in the following sort order Club Officers; Test Page; Test Page 2; Family Membership; Who Are The Lions? and matches the sort order in the system (right side of graphic). The lowest Sort Order numbers will display at the top of the menu and the highest numbers will display at the bottom of the menu. If you decide to change the sort order for your extra pages, you must click the Update button next to each page. I. Hiding (and Showing) Added Public Pages There are special functions that are available to a district Webmaster that will allow you to save Web pages in draft mode without them appearing on your district s Web site but still remain in the system. You may also choose to either show or hide any of the seven additional pages you create. You do NOT have the option to hide the five primary pages included with every e- District House Web site. Let s review both of those features. 1. Action In this column of the Manage Pages page, you can choose to Edit Live Page (the page on your Web site) or Edit Current Draft. For all pages (including the five primary pages) you can create a draft page that will remain in the system, but will NOT appear on your district s Web site until you publish it. In the example below, only the Club Officers page has a draft version in the system. For that page only, you have the option to edit the live page or the draft page. To edit either version, click on the link for the version you wish to Lions Clubs International
14 edit and make your changes using the Web page editor. (You can find information on additional functions of the page editor in Section IV of this guide). 2. The third column allows you to show or hide a page on your Web site. You CANNOT hide any of the five primary pages, but you can hide any additional pages you create. Pages with a green light will display on your Web site; however, if you click the red hide button, the page will NOT display on your Web site. This will NOT delete the page from the e-district House system, but it will hide the page from view for visitors to your Web site. In the example below, Test Page and Test Page 2 have the Hide button selected. Below that, we see that Test Page and Test Page 2 do NOT display in the left navigation menu on the district s public Web site Lions Clubs International
15 J. Manage Account This page allows you to update any of your district information on your Web site. For example, if your district changes its Council Chairperson, you would simply update that information and click the Submit button at the bottom of the page. The new information automatically displays on your Web site. K. View Site This link will open a new browser window and take you to the home page (index page) for your district Web site. As you begin to edit pages, it sometimes helps to see the live page(s) to plan for changing the Web site content. This link will help you to see pages as you make changes to the content on your district site Lions Clubs International
16 IV. Using the Page Editor There are numerous tools available through the Page editor. This guide will NOT highlight all of them. For purposes of this guide, we will focus on only three tools. This guide will NOT explain the simple tools like Bold, Italics, etc., because they are common to programs such as Microsoft Word. Source This tool allows you to bypass the Page editor and edit the page in HTML mode. Webmasters who know how to edit HTML and hand code pages can use this tool; however, inexperienced Webmasters should NOT try to use this function. Insert/Edit Link You will need to add links to your district Web pages that go to pages on other Web sites or to documents (such as PDF files) that you upload. To insert or edit a link, select the page you want to add a link to. Once you have the page open, left click and drag your mouse through the text you want to link (e.g., in the example below, the words place your cursor will be the hyperlink) Lions Clubs International
17 Once you select the text, click the Insert/Edit Links button ( ) in the toolbar. A small pop-up window will appear. If you are linking to an external Web page, simply type in the complete URL for that page - If you are linking to a document or form on your district Web site, please note that any documents uploaded to the e-district House Web server must be in PDF format. (You need Adobe Acrobat software to create Adobe PDF files from other types of documents, such as Word files, Excel files and Publisher files). To link to a PDF file you will upload to the server, begin by simply dragging your cursor through the text that you want to link. In the example below, the word register will become the hyperlink Lions Clubs International
18 Once you select the text, click the Insert/Edit Links button in the page editor toolbar. A pop-up window will appear that will allow you to find document (or file) either located on the server or on your computer. To insert the PDF document, click the Browse Server button located on the left side of the pop-up window as seen below. A new pop-up window will appear that will show you the documents available on the server. You may choose one of those documents to add to your page, or upload a new document by clicking the Browse button in the bottom right corner Lions Clubs International
19 This opens another window you can use to find the document on your computer. To select the document, browse to the file folder that contains the document, select the document, and click the Open button in the lower right corner. You will see the file you are uploading in the text box at the bottom of the large popup window. Click Upload in the bottom right corner of the large pop-up window. You will see your newly uploaded PDF included in the list of documents on the server. Now select your PDF file and you will see a smaller pop-up window with the name of your PDF file already in the text field. Click OK and the link will be created Lions Clubs International
20 Insert/Edit Image You can also add pictures to your Web pages; however, the images you upload should be smaller than 1Mb, and MUST be in RGB mode (CMYK photos will not display). The first thing to consider is the size (dimensions) of the images. You need good quality images that are not larger than 240 pixels wide. To upload an image, select the page you want to add it to. Once the page is open, click inside the text box to the left of the text where you want to insert the image (e.g., below, we clicked in the first paragraph, directly to the left of the word Invite ). Next, click the Insert/Edit Image button in the page editor toolbar at the top of the screen. A pop-up window will appear Lions Clubs International
21 Next, click the Browse Server button. A new pop-up window will show you images already on the server. You may choose one of those, or upload a new image. To upload a new image, click the Browse button in the bottom right corner. Clicking that button will open a pop-up window that will help you to navigate to the location of the image on your computer. Browse to the file folder that contains the Lions Clubs International
22 image you want to use. Once you are in the correct folder, select the image you want to upload to the server and then click on the Open button in the lower right corner. You ll see the file name of the image you are trying to upload in the text box at the bottom of the large pop-up window. Next click the Upload button in the bottom right corner of the large pop-up window to upload the image to the server. You will now see your newly uploaded image in the list of images on the server. Now simply select your newly uploaded image file and you will see a smaller pop-up window with the name of your image file already located in the text field. With a photo you will want to add a few items to the pop-up screen. First, add some text to the Alternative Text area. This will provide text for the image when visitors puts their mouse on a picture. The other thing you should do is to align the photo. In this example, we will align the image to the right side of the page Lions Clubs International
23 Once you have finished all of these steps, click the OK button. The system will automatically place the image in your Web page and will look like this: Lions Clubs International
24 V. Other e-district House Pages There are other pages and functions in the e-district House system that will determine the look of your Web site but are outside the control of the local district Webmaster. A. Utility Pages - There are three items in the left menu of the administrative site, not yet discussed, that link to pages outside of Webmaster control: 1. Other e-district Houses This page is controlled by LionNet administrator and provides links to other e-district House sites around the world. It may be helpful to view some of these sites to get ideas on how to put together your site. 2. FAQs This page provides helpful and common questions and answers regarding the e-district House system. Please use this page if you have questions about e-district House before contacting the LionNet administrator. 3. Contact Us This page contains contact information so that you may get in touch with the LionNet administrator. B. Lions Clubs International (LCI) Links Each district Web site created using the e- District House system will contain links to prominent LCI pages and Web sites. These links will display on each district Web site, but will be administered by LCI. Webmasters will not have the ability to change these links or remove them. The image below shows an example of those links. The links fall into two categories: News Links These are links to important and relevant news from International Headquarters. These links will be updated to announce major events/activities. Web Site Links - These icons link to different Web sites and social networking sites that showcase the wonderful work Lions are doing around the world Lions Clubs International
25 VI. Support This Training Guide is meant to be used strictly as a support guide. It is not meant to teach you everything. Its purpose is to help you get started and become familiar with the system. If you experience any problems with the system or need support beyond the information contained in this Guide, please contact the LionNet administrator: Lions Clubs International
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