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Being a web content editor can be a daunting task. That's why we've put together a list of tutorials, resources, tips & tricks to make it easier. From step-by-step instructions to free online programs that can help you with your daily tasks, you should be able to find everything you need to succeed as a web content editor.
Our CMS is a very powerful tool that can help to save you time and frustration as a web content editor. Here you'll find a listing of easy ways to put content onto your site and make it look great, too.
Resizing images can be difficult. This section gives step-by-step instructions how how to do this using a MAC or PC with programs you already have or free ones you can download. We've also compiled a list of online image editors that you can use on the go!
Are you interested taking your photos to the next level? These tutorials are for those who want to learn how to eliminate red-eye, color-correct, or improve contrast in images.
IF you've ever seen a message like: Do not edit this contentlet, it contains code! Use the Content Tab and edit information using the "Writing Center Tutors" Content Structure. Contact Web Development if you need alterations...
Do you want an overview of how to make your text format on the page? Interested in seeing how to use the WYSIWYG editor or pure HTML to make this happen?
Did you know that it's easy to overwrite your old PDF with the newly updated version? That way you don't have 17 outdated versions in your folder, and all of your links will automatically update.
Ever consider adding video to your website? Use this tutorial to easily embed your own (or someone else's) YouTube video right onto your page.
Interested in more tutorials?
All you have to do is ask! E-mail Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'll be happy to help you.