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A: The SAS Content Management System is a web-based system that allows you to update your department's web site without having to edit HTML or use web design software (such as Dreamweaver or Contribute). It is based on the Joomla! open source content management software. Visit www.joomla.org and help.joomla.org for more information on Joomla!
In terms of content, the article is the basic building block of your Joomla! web site. It can be thought of as an individual web page or unit of text. An article can contain formatted text, images, embedded video, and links to other articles or external web sites.
Logging in to the Editor Interface:
HANDS ON: Everyone should log on to the Front-end Editor by clicking the "Login" link on the "Quick Links" menu on the home page.
Editing your first article:
As "authors" you can only edit articles over which you have authorship. The EPS web site has been set up so that each of you are authors of your own faculty article.
Click on the People item on the Main Menu (at the top under the Rutgers banner). Then click on the category where your personal page appears (e.g. Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, etc.).
Click on your name. You will see an edit icon to the far right:
Click on the edit icon to open the "Editor" mode and modify your article.
At the top of the Editor page you will see the "Title" of your article. Below this are two buttons, "Save" and "Cancel".
"Save" will save any changes you make to your article.
"Cancel" closes the article and discards any changes
It is important to close the editor mode using one of these two buttons. Do not exit by closing your browser or clicking the "Back" button in your browser. Otherwise, your article will become locked and an administrator will have to unlock it.
Below Save and Cancel is the editing toolbar (sometimes called the WYSIWYG toolbar):
The functionality of each icon is displayed as you hover the mouse cursor over it.
First row: Help, New Document, Undo, Redo, Bold, Italics, Underline, Strikethrough, Alignment buttons, formats, styles