New Site Builder features: "Last Updated Date" Quick Edit
CCweb implemented a number of small improvements to Site Builder today, one of which, we think, will make users very happy.
If you see a broken link, or wish to make a quick change, on a live page you own and are currently viewing, yopu can scroll down to the bottom of the page, look inside the footer, and click on "Last Updated: XXXXXX".
The highlighted text indicates the last time your page was updated. That text should now be red, indicating it is now a link. You may now click on that link to edit the page you are on directly in Site Builder.
If you are logged in and you have permission to edit the site, the link should take you directly to the content editor in which you can quickly update your site. If you are not logged in, it will take you to the log in screen. You will no longer be required to hunt through crowded site folders to look for a lost page when you are already looking at the page right in your browser! Now you can find and edit your pages with the press of a single button!
A small feature, but one I think you will take advantage of!
Of course if you see a problem, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Page Update Reminder
You will notice a new icon in Site Builder. Users now have the ability to set page update reminders!
If you have any questions about Page update reminders contact the Web Editor.
The reminders have to be set on each individual page. If you set multiple page update reminders you will receive one email.
If you maintain more than one site and set a page update reminder on a second site you will receive one email.
Click Set a page update reminder.
The Page Update Reminder window will appear.
Click in the Schedule Update Reminder field.
Click on the date you want to receive the reminder.
Once you have set a date the Set a page update reminder icon will look like this:
The reminder will be sent by email at midnight on the date you selected, it will go to the email address associated with your MUNLogin account.
If you do not see the email in your Inbox please make sure to check your spam folder.
The sender will be SiteBuilder@donotreply.mun.ca.
You have the option to update the content at that time or ignore the reminder.
The email looks like this:
To cancel a Page update reminder, click the Page update reminder icon.
To keep the reminder click Keep. To cancel the reminder click Remove.
The Page update reminder now looks like this.