Updates from the Web Team
- CMS Trainig: Contact email@example.com to be added to the list for our next training (Wednesday, May 4th from 9-11AM).
- If you are interested in becoming a content editor, you are required to take our training course. You may also need your supervisor's permission. Current content editors can also attend our trainings to stay up to date with our changes. Contact Sr. Kathleen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at x2340 if you are interested in attending a future session.
- Internet Explorer Issues: We've come across some editors having problems uploading images using Internet Explorer. We recommend using Firefox or Chrome as a workaround for this issue.
- Online Forms: Report a Problem or have your form converted to a Google Form, please fill out this form.
- New CMS Documentation
We have prepared a document outlining the changes that you will find in the upgraded CMS.
View the full CMS Training Document (PDF)
This section is for Marywood University Web Content Editors. Web Content Editors are selected by their department to undergo CMS training in order to edit their department's webpage. In this section, you'll find tips, tricks, and guidelines to help make your page the best that it can be.
Meanings of terms we regularly toss around, and answers to common questions.
Helpful hints, tips & tricks to make your Marywood department website GREAT!
Find out what elements are required to be on all institutional pages at Marywood.
Find out what the heading, paragraph and other styles look like on the website and usage of the Marywood logo.
Get step-by-step instructions on resizing photos, color correcting images, and how to use CMS elements to make your website more dynamic and easier to edit!
These resources give links to information about copyright, HTML, CSS, stock photos, and other helpful tools online.