Web-focused supplement to the University Style Guide. Find style, formatting and page structure standards for the ODU website.
This guide lists the tags available for use in creating calendar and news entries and how they should be used.
The CQ Web CMS training contains modules for learning the system, using the system and a component reference.
The component reference contains detailed descriptions of each component in the system and their various options and usage.
- Asset Upload/Update
- New Page Request Form
- ODU Forms Application
- Directory Forms
- Download Firefox Portable for Windows
The content owner is the person within in each unit who is ultimately responsible for that unit's website content. The content owner does not necessarily enter the WCMS and make changes, however, the content owner approves new content managers and content contributors.
Content managers are the primary editors of a unit's website content. Managers can view content, edit content and activate (publish) content. Managers cannot create new pages or alter a page's tags.
Content contributors assist managers with the editing of a unit's website content. Contributors can view content and edit content, but they cannot activate (publish). Contributors must have an owner or administrator review and activate their changes.
Administrators are members of the University Web Team who are responsible for the site structure, tagging taxonomy and operation of the WCMS. Only administrators can create pages or alter a page's tags (except for news and events).