Website Access and Permissions Guide
Web editors are employees of the university who are assigned the responsibility of managing webpages.
Before being granted back-end access to the website, an employee must be authorized to be a web editor by a superior and complete basic web editor training. Email email@example.com to request website training and access.
This is the basic web editing role. Web editors play a key role in keeping content accurate and up-to-date by editing pages and saving those edits on live webpages.
A web editor has the ability to do the following.
- Edit and save changes to pages assigned to their username
- Create new drafts of academic pages assigned to their username
- Create new basic pages and request publication
- Create new News/Media content and request publication
A web editor is not able to do the following
- Edit website pages not assigned to their username
- Delete or unpublish pages
- Publish changes to academic pages
- Publish new pages
- Publish new News/Media content
- Edit menu structure
- Revert to old revisions
Other Editing Roles
If you need to have your permissions upgraded to include one of these other editing roles, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Employee Editor role gives editor the ability to add and edit employee pages and add and edit employee group pages. New Employee and Employee group pages can be published by an administrator.
The Policies and Forms Editor role gives the editor the ability to add new polices and forms and edit as the owner. New policies and forms can be published by an administrator.
The administrator role is a role held by members within the Office of Marketing & Communications. The administrator role helps us manage our brand by maintaining consistent quality on the site. An administrator is able to do the following.
- Create and edit all content types, excluding courses and blocks
- Publish changes to Academic pages
- Publish all content types, excluding courses and blocks
- Edit and add content to menus
- Edit taxonomy terms
- Administer and edit tags
- View revisions and revert to revisions
The super administrator is responsible for maintaining the overall functionality of the website. This responsibility resides with members of the Internet Team in the Office of Marketing & Communications.