OU Campus Content Management System
Editing a page in OU Campus can be as simple as logging into a page directly and updating text. In this case, the default WYSYWIG Editor provides a familiar toolbar and interface for basic page editing. After saving a
page, or in preview mode, a user will also see the various available page actions
and have the option to publish and/or to send for approval depending upon the access permissions configured for
This Pages section of the Support site provides several help topics relating to creating
new pages, uploading, using Zip Import, descriptions of all available page actions,
information relating to performing a page check prior to publishing, previewing and
comparing pages, editing page properties, using Quick Search, and performing various
file operations.See the In This Section navigation for links to those pages.
For more information about using the default WYSIWYG Editor to edit a page, please
About the Toolbar
Accessing a Page
Pages are accessed in one of two ways: the DirectEdit link or navigating through the
folder structure within the interface itself. In both cases, users must have been
granted editing access to the page in order to access it. When using the folder structure
to navigate, users must have access to the directories/folders leading to the page
to be edited in order to traverse through the structure.
Editing a Page with the DirectEdit Method.
- Click the DirectEdit link onthe published page.
- Select an editable region.
- Edit the page.
- Save and publisht he page (or send to an approver).
For further information and more details about Editable Regions:
Content contributors might also navigate to a directory listing of pages and subdirectories
after logging in. In this view of the system, available page actions and file operations
are shown, again depending upon the permissions settings. Icons representing the available
page actions are displayed horizontally for each page. The page actions include a
comprehensive set of functions that can be performed on any page.
This expanded view is default when clicking Content > Pages. It provides a quick visual
reference for information about a page. It shows the status of the page, whether an
RSS feed is assigned to it, as well as provides a way to perform several actions on
a page or pages. The availability of these actions depends upon user level. A page
can be checked out by clicking the light bulb icon. A lit light bulb indicates that
the user viewing the page already has the page checked out. A red lock indicates that
another user has the page checked out. The chat bubbles icon indicate that the page
is pending review. The thumbs up icon indicates that the page has been assigned to
the current user for approval.
More information about checking out and in is in the Basics section of the support
Expanding and checking out a page reveals more icons and many of the icons and functionality
are the same as on the Page Action toolbar. For more information, see Page Actions.