Welcome to the Web Development Sitecore Resource Page. Maintaining the Endicott website is a team effort. For you as a content editor this means focusing your attention on your area of responsibility for the website. At certain times of the year more of your attention is required. The weeks prior to each semester is one such period of time. Now is a critical time for you to review and update content, along with reestablishing your role as a content editor. Here are some things for you to consider and to perform:
- Review your pages to make sure that all content is up-to-date
- Remove content that is dated
- Check your links (both in the navigation bar and within pages)
- Review the keywords and description section of each page in Sitecore to see that they are accurate vis-vis the current content – “you” can improve your SEO (search engine optimization)
- Make sure that you are receiving information from your content providers – faculty, staff, students, alumni
- Review your SiteImprove reports to improve your pages - broken links, spelling, etc.
November 5, 2014 Web Accessibility Webinar - Siteimprove
Here is a short list of resources to check out on creating accessible Word and PowerPoint files:
Submit Requests for new pages, navigation, etc. to Web Development: http://webrequest.endicott.edu
Web Help: firstname.lastname@example.org
Having trouble navigating the new website? Use this webpage as a guide! EC Web Guide
What's New - Resources Flyout for Academic Schools and Van Loan School
New Top Main Navigation
Endicott.edu User Friendly URLs and Aliases
The document provided above contains shortcut URLs and aliases for the edu website. Please test any URL or alias before using it! Report any broken links, undocumented URLs or aliases, or any other issues to http://webrequest.endicott.edu.
Other Information that you might find interesting:
Endicott Editorial Style - Common Web Terms
log in, log out (verb)
World Wide Web
email (or Email at the beginning of a sentence)
Books available in the Endicott Halle Library
The following books are on 'permanent reserve' in the Library under Jeanne Commette. There is a 2-week loan period.
“Content Rules” by Ann Handley
“Content Strategy” for the Web by Kristina Halvorson
“Writing for the Web” by Lynda Felder
"Getting Started with Adobe Photoshop Elements" (Digital Quick Start Guide) by Michell Perkins
The library keeps these two books at the circulation desk on reserve (meaning they are checked out for two hours in the library).
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (2010)
A Writer’s Reference (by Diana Hacker) 6th edition 2009