This page covers how a Web Publisher at Cal Maritime can update their webpages through this Portal directly.
Be sure to click "Sign In" at the top of the page. Use your normal Windows username and password. Once logged in, the "Sign In" button changes to "My Menu".
To add a page to the website (login required)
Note: A page is also called a "Portlet" in the system
Note: The side navigation can also be re-ordered and hidden in this menu.
When you create a page using Manage pages, it creates a blank page or blank "portlet". You will need to added at least 2 items to every new page. Once on a blank, new page:
Once you've added a "Web Content Display", you will need to activate the Web Content display by filling out the name of the Web Content Display, as well as the content.
You'll see the unactivated Web Content display (it will only have 2 buttons: 1) select Web Content display and 2) Add Web Content.
IMPORTANT. If you do not "Approve" the page, the page will not show, and you will need to repeat these steps.
Note: After you "Approve" a piece
In order to edit a page, simply click the "Edit" button at the bottom of any piece of "Web Content". If the "Edit" button is not available, you do not have proper permissions for the page.
There may be times when you need to replace the web content within a page with some other existing web content you previously created. Here is how.
Replacing Web Content (Flash Movie)
When editing the website, it is very common to add links to a webpage. You can add links to an existing URL an existing page on the server, or you can upload a file to link to.
This process is the same as uploading a file, except click the "Insert/Edit Image" icon. Note: Images are stored in a SEPARATE directory than are files. Please be sure you are in the correct directory.
To prevent the Internet Explorer popup window on the development site: "do you want to view only the web page content that was delivered securely?"
1. Go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Security
2. Select the "Security" tab -> Click the "Custom Level" button
3. In the "Miscellaneous" section change "Display mixed content" to Enable.
If a document is not viewable by the public, make sure that it has been uploaded to the correct directory. When browsing the server to link and upload a file, the first directory at the top of the list will have your name. Don't upload documents there (unless you are building your personal profile pages). Instead, upload them to your department's folders in the proper community (i.e., About, Admissions, Academics, Campus Life, Extension, Faculty & Staff).
Below are the pre-requistes to make a document publicly available.
Please contact the Webmaster for assistance with the Website.