Center for Information Technology Services
Web Development Training
Below is an outline of the courses we offer. Classes are held periodically in a classroom setting and one-on-one as requested:
Site Executive Content Management System (CMS) - Part 1
In order to encourage everyone to take advantage of the many benefits of the CMS there will be no charge for this training. This training class is required in order to use the CMS and there is no charge for using the CMS. Spaces will be limited and available on a first-come basis. Training manuals, hands on exercises, and demonstrations will be included in the class. The main advantage to the CMS is that it will enable web developers to make web development changes without needing to know any HTML or use any FTP program (unlike the current/previous web development process.)
After taking this class, web developers will understand and be able to do the following:
- What is the CMS and the advantages of using it
- How to Login/access the CMS
- Use the navigate and use core components
- Create/Rename/Delete/Manage folders, files, images, objects
- Add/Update Content in a webpage
- Approve and Publish webpages
- Upload Documents and graphics
- Add links, images, and tables to webpages
- Change dynamic content in templates
- Use the version tab
SE2011 currently supports Windows XP SP3, Vista SP2, Windows 7, Mac OS x 10.3.9 or above, and the following browsers: Internet Explorer 7,8, or 9 and Firefox 3.x and 4.x.
View End User Guide for version SE2011
View Training Manual (provided in CMS training classes by CITS).
View End User Guide for version 4.1.1.
View Template User Guide for version 4.1.1.
View Blog User Guide for version 4.1.1.
Visit the Systems Alliance Support Site to view how-to training videos
Site Executive Content Management System (CMS) - Part 2
This class will teach web developers some of the advanced techniques and capabilities of the CMS, including how to make forms, dynamic navigation, view reports, highlight new/special areas of the website, add search, calendar, and site tree information. There will be more information about this class soon. This class is optional but highly recommended. Web Developers who have successfully completed Part 1 of the CMS training are encouraged to sign up for this class.
View Manual for the Advanced Forms module 4.1.1.
For more information about these classes, please contact the Office of Communications & Public Affairs.