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LSU Web Development: Getting Started Requirements, Policies & Standards 1. All Files stored in the account are backed-up nightly. 2. All Files stored in the account are mirrored to the Back-up Web Server . 3. WCMS Sites allow...
Article Id: 5401
Category: Getting Started

General Information This article describes how to configure Web site authoring software for LSU Web development and also basic operation. In this article, Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2013 is used as example authoring software. Other authoring software could be drastically different to configure and operate, though generally...
Article Id: 5568
Category: Getting Started

The following is a guide to getting started with and troubleshooting ASP, PHP, SQL, and XML programming: ASP : http://www.w3schools.com/asp/default.asp ...
Article Id: 12733
Category: Basic Features & How To's

File Transfer Protocol File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a protocol used to transfer ASCII or BINARY files between two computers on the Internet. The primary function of FTP on the Internet is in the use of anonymous FTP sites. An anonymous FTP site is simply an Internet site accessed via FTP that has a large number of files available for downloading. They are called anonymous...
Article Id: 5275
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Rhythmyx is accessible to users who navigate with keystrokes (screen reader application users or users whose system is otherwise unavailable for navigation with a mouse). The default keystrokes for navigating in Rhythmyx Content Explorer are the following: ...
Article Id: 12127
Category: Glossary of Terms

General Information LSU WordPress is a Web Hosting and Development Solution provided by ITS. This tool enables the creation of Web Sites and Blogs.
Article Id: 15944
Category: WordPress

Creating Pages: 1. From your dashboard, find the sidebar option called Pages and click on Add . A new page will appear.
Article Id: 16498
Category: Getting Started

Publish Box Contains buttons that control the state of your post. The main states are Published , Pending Review , and Draft . A Published status means the post has been published on your blog for all to see.
Article Id: 15041
Category: Getting Started

To Begin: 1. Log into WordPress . 2. Once you have logged onto your WP account, you will be brought to your Blog Post page. a. On the top left side of the screen, you can look at...
Article Id: 16497
Category: Getting Started

To Edit Appearance, Widgets, and Themes: On the dashboard sidebar at the left hand side of your screen, you will see a section named Personalize. Underneath this, there are two options, Themes and Menus . These two options are where you can find all of your appearance customization settings.
Article Id: 16502
Category: Advanced Features