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Find information on the UMass Chan Content Management System, Optimizely. Learn how to populate your web pages, read about bugs, and new or updated functionality.

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    Accessibility Error: Table header cell is missing a header role

    A table header cell should have the role of columnheader or rowheader as this describes its relationship to other cells in the table. Learn how to fix this issue.

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    Panes - change the viewing area

    CMS content pane - changing the workable area

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    Where do I find media (files, images) and blocks?

    Media (files, images) and blocks are found in the right pane within the editor.

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    Where do I find content?

    CMS content tree

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    What is a WYSIWYG editor?

    WYSIWYG (pronounced wiz-ee-wig) is a text editor, it is an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get."

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    So many properties - where best to add my content?

    Determining the best property to add content to it displays as desired.

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    Subscribe to the UMass Chan CMS Yammer Channel

    CMS editors, and anyone working at the university, can subscribe to our UMass Chan CMS Yammer channel to get email notifications when new posts are created. We post all sorts of news regarding the CMS, such as new functionality, tutorials, maintenance and ideas.

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    I can't find my image or file for editing

    Sometimes media is located somewhere else, you can copy or move the media to the folder where you would like it to be located.

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    UMass Chan News Training Guide

    Process and instructions on editing the UMass Chan News site.

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    Remove Left Menu from Content Page

    Remove the left menu from a content page which removes the left column and allows your content to align with the left side of the page.

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