Content Management Overview
Create a new document
Check out the video on how to create a new page here!
Top Left of the screen click on Content
Within the content navigation tree, select the parent document that your new document will be a subpage of.
On the document actions area, click on New
Select Standard to create a new web page.
This will redirect you to a new screen to choose your page template. Select the desired template and click Continue.
The Document name is the name that will be the document's URL and within the content tree; this is not the page title. Make sure to use a short, clear, and unique name. Kentico will auto adjust to lower case letters and insert hyphens when the space bar is hit. Do not combine words together to avoid hyphens; this is not search engine friendly (please see the SEO documentation here).
URL will be www.uwb.edu/website/example-doc-name based on document name and location
Delete a page
Typically only Publishers (including primary) can delete documents. You can also contact firstname.lastname@example.org for help with recovering deleted documents.
To delete a document, first click on the document you want to delete. You can either click on the Delete button in the content management toolbar or right click the document and select Delete from the dropdown menu.
You will be given two options on what to do with the deleted document. We recommend the second option of displaying an alternate pages when visitors try to access a deleted document; this option also gives publishers/editors the ability to restore the document.
Restore a deleted page
Typically only Primary/Publishers can restore deleted documents. You can also contact email@example.com for help with recovering deleted documents.
Under My Desk menu, click on Bin.
Click it and you will see all the deleted documents below.
Find the deleted document and click Restore.
Now you can switch back to the Content tab and you will see the restored document added back to the default location.
Note: Do NOT click on the X. The document will be permanently deleted, and will never be restored.
Changing document order
The order documents appear in on the live site navigation is determined by the order they're in within the Content Navigation Tree. Moving documents within the same parent document will not break hyperlinks. If you move the document out of the level, then it will break any existing hyperlinks. Example: If I want "bizforms" to appear above "kentico" on the live site, then I can click and drag it above "kentico." If I move it to be at the same level as "documentation" or "calendar" then I will break the hyperlink.
To move a document within the same level of the content tree:
Click the page you want to relocate in the content tree and click the Down or Up button in the document action toolbar. You'll see that your page has been moved.
Now switch to the Live site view mode (if your page is already published) and you will see that your page has been moved in the site navigation as well.
Moving documents to another section
Before doing this, it is best to contact the Office of Advancement, who can help ensure a usable and consistent information architecture for your wesbite. The email is firstname.lastname@example.org
To move a document to another level of the content tree:
Click the page you want to move in the content tree. Then click the Move button in the document action toolbar.
In the web dialog, click on the document where you want to move your page (e.g. the technology top level) and then click the green Move button at the bottom right corner.
Your page has been moved to the chosen location.