Kentico CMS is software that allows a person without any programming knowledge to create a robust, easy to use, and current website.
Content editors maintain their website by adding content, images and other features that are already designed and available for use.
Using Kentico, University of Washington Bothell staff and faculty are able to edit their online content directly, without contacting the University's professional web staff.
Presently, UW Bothell uses Kentico CMS Version 7.
What is a CMS?
A CMS (Content Management System) is designed to simplify the publication of web content to a websites. It allows content creators and editors to submit content without requiring technical knowledge such as HTML, CSS, design principles, and accessibility requirements.
New Account Request
See the CMS Access request page for information on how to request editing access in Kentico.
To log in, go to the CMS login page,
When logging in you will be asked for your user name which is your UWBID (in an email format, e.g. UWBID@uwb.edu) and UWBID password.
Note: Your UWBID is not the same as a UWNetID or UW email. This is the account that allows you to log into a work computer and may also be referred to as your UWB login credentials or UWB Access Account.
For more information on logging into Kentico and other helpful information regarding Kentico, please check out the videos below.
Access and Logging in
User Interface Navigation
Creating a New Documentation
Inserting Images Information
Submitting and Publishing Documents