Site Builder training
Using Site Builder to maintain your site
Site Builder is a web-based tool that makes it quick and easy for departments to create and maintain web pages that are consistent with Memorial's overall web design.
You don't need special software, knowledge of HTML, or experience in transferring files to a web server. Plus, all of your content is stored in a database which is backed up and maintained by Computing & Communications.
In today's session, we'll cover the basics of using Site Builder to maintain your site, including how to:
- Log on to the Site Builder system at: http://builder.ucs.mun.ca/ using your MUN Login user name and password
- Open and update an existing file
- Create a new page
- Add, change or remove links
- Add anchors
- Link to a PDF or another type of file
- Create a bulleted or numbered list
- Insert a photo into the text area
- Create a table in the text area
- Create Related Links for your page
One person in your group will be the local administrator. That person can make changes to the menus and Essential Links, create, delete and change sections, add users and give permission to specific people to work on specific pages.
Resources for developing your web page on www.mun.ca
Consult the User Guide for tips on using Site Builder. Just go to the Help button at the top of the page once you've logged in. It includes tutorials on some of the most used features and functions of Site Builder. https://builder.ucs.mun.ca/help/help.php
The Web Content Services web page offers resources and tools. http://www.mun.ca/marcomm/web/
Writing for the Web offers tips for tailoring your writing to the web environment. http://www.mun.ca/marcomm/web/writing.php
For more information, contact:
Web Editor 864-6717 firstname.lastname@example.org