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CMS: Editing an Existing Page

Learn how to edit an existing page in the campus CMS.

Drill down to the page you want to edit

  1. In the left-hand sidebar, drill down to the page you want to edit. Selecting the file will display a preview of the page in the right pane.
  2. In the main window, click on the Edit icon.

    Navigating to the edit page screen
  3. The Edit window will overlay the CMS window:
    Edit page screenshot

Make your changes to the page

The first fields you will be able to edit are for page metadata. This should not need to be changed frequently.

The remaining editable fields depend on the page's template. Many fields will use the WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor for each field.

Edit page WYSIWYG screenshot


Save and submit your progress

  1. Click Save & Preview in the upper right corner
    Note: 'Saving' in this case means that you keep your current progress and can work on it more later. These changes have not been submitted to the CMS for others to see yet.

    Edit page save screenshot
  2. Click Submit
    Note: 'Submitting' in this case means that you have made these changes in the CMS for others to see. These changes are not yet published to a web server.

    Edit page comment box screenshot
    1. Enter comments describing your changes. Some comments may be automatically generated for you

      Edit page comment box screenshot
    2. Click ether Submit or Check Content & Submit
    3. If you choose Check Content & Submit the CMS will check for spelling errors and broken links.

Publish the page

Depending on your access, you can publish the page to just the staging site, to the staging site and the delivery site. Learn more about publishing.