As the designated CMS user for your department/program/office, you are responsible for the following:
- Keeping website content up-to-date and accurate, and promptly removing time-sensitive information after it expires.
- Regularly reviewing and auditing content to ensure accuracy and relevancy. Content that is no longer relevant or current must be updated or removed from wpi.edu. To request that a page be deleted, email email@example.com.
- Ensuring web pages comply with WPI policies and standards, including web accessibility and responsive design.
- Escalating technical support issues and requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Because you will be able to make changes that will instantly go live on the site, it is recommended that you have a second person review the webpage(s) content before you publish it. Be sure to check the “Spellchecker” box within the Body Text widget before submitting changes. It might not catch everything, but it's a useful tool.
What pages will I be able to update and maintain?
As part of distributed authorship, you will be granted access only to your direct department/program/office content. If you believe you need access to additional pages, or if you wish to make edits or changes to pages outside of your designated department/program, submit a ticket to email@example.com.