OU Campus Training and Support
Editing the New UT Tyler Responsive Design Website
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OU Campus online help files for the new responsive design are now available. Use the left-side menu to navigate to the information you need.
Please review these FAQ's:
How do I get access to OU Campus to update my website?
If you are needing access to update content with OU Campus, please have the website owner (department head) contact the Web team by completing the Support Ticket Form. We will need the URL(s) of the site you need access to. New users are required to attend basic training for OU Campus.
Where do I find help for OU Campus?
Topics for OU Campus help are available by using the drop-down sections for each topic on this left-side menu bar. You can also go to the Complete OU Campus Reference Guide for all help files available for UT Tyler.
I can't figure out how to edit my left-side menu bar. Where's the edit button?
On the previous site, there was a button to open the menu bar. This version does not have a button. To edit the left-side menu bar, select "Content" at the top of the page, then open the "Includes" folder. You can now edit the "sub-nav.pcf" file.
I use to have access to edit the subheadings on the page, but I can't find a way to
edit them now. How do I edit sub-headings at the top of each page?
To edit the heading and sub-heading for each page, you need to select the "Properties" button at the top of your OU Campus editor.
How do I edit a faculty page? The pages were previously located in my "faculty" folder,
but are no longer there.|
The faculty pages are now set up in a folder called "directory". To edit a faculty page, navigate to the faculty page in your browser. For example: www.uttyler.edu/directory/biology/bill.php.
Now, log in to OU Campus from the bottom of the page. To edit, select the ORANGE button.
You can also navigate to the "directory" folder, then open up your folder.
When can I edit the rotating images and/or the template?
As mentioned in the basic training sessions, we will begin the next phase of training soon. We will begin setting up users to access the image rotators, template settings, etc. during the month of May.