My photo or file works when I am logged into the system, but when I look at my live site, it's not there or the link is broken. What happened?
Sometimes when you upload a word document, PDF, or an image, the file is only saved and not published. When that happens you are able to view everything correctly within the system, but not on the live site. While you are logged in, locate the file that doesn't seem to be working or linking, right-click on it and
I've made changes to a page on my site, but when I go to the live site, they aren't showing up. Help!!
times, a page is cached
I accidentally hit the red X next to a piece of content. Now it's gone. Can you restore it for me?
The answer is yes and no. If you accidentally hit the red X, the content is not deleted from the system, only from your page. In order to restore the content, you'll need to click "Add Content" while on one of your HTML pages, then click "Reuse Content". A search box will pop up where you can type in part of the
This is why we always recommend using a "token" word at the beginning of your title. For example, every piece of content within this web team site is prefaced with the token "
- be consistent, and always use the same token
- clearly define what each piece of content is
If you do this, you'll always be able to restore your content easily and quickly. Another tip: if you've recently edited the piece of content you just accidentally deleted, you may be able to find it even more quickly. When you click "Add Content" then "Reuse Content" leave the search box empty, and simply hit the search button. The search results will bring up all of Marywood's content in order of most recently edited. You should be able to find your deleted content on the first page.
My page has a "Do Not Edit" message when I log in. What do I do?
The first step is to read the message and find out what it says. If it says to contact Web Development, please contact us to make your change. Most of these messages are there to tell you not to edit the