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Publishing Content

 

 

In order for content to be seen by audiences outside of the LSA CMS contributor community, you must publish it.

There are subtle differences between republishing ("making live") content that already exists and content that has recently been created and will be published for the first time.

The short video below walks you through the steps to publishing content in the CMS.

In order for content to be seen by audiences outside of the LSA CMS contributor community, you must publish it.

There are subtle differences between republishing ("making live") content that already exists and content that has recently been created and will be published for the first time.

The short video below walks you through the steps to publishing content in the CMS.

 


 

 


 

 


 

Publishing new pages (channels) on your website is generally the responsibility of your website administrator. If you do not have a web admin in your unit, the best course of action is to take Class 3: Expanding and Supporting Your Website.

If you are an advanced user, have taken Class 3, and still need assistance, please schedule time in an open lab or request another copy of documentation.

CMS content exists on two separate servers, one is called Management, which is where your ICE or preview content is stored. The other is the Delivery server, which is where your Live content is stored.

The term "clearing the cache" is something you will hear a lot as a CMS editor. 

To push your content immediately onto your live site after you publish it, you must "clear the Delivery Cache" by selecting All Regions from the bottom of the Floatee Menu Box on your Edit site (image below).

Publishing new pages (channels) on your website is generally the responsibility of your website administrator. If you do not have a web admin in your unit, the best course of action is to take Class 3: Expanding and Supporting Your Website.

If you are an advanced user, have taken Class 3, and still need assistance, please schedule time in an open lab or request another copy of documentation.