Content Tab Overview
The Content tab is the most frequently used tab within OU Campus. It provides access to the primary functions for editing pages. Most users will have the Pages, Assets, Recent Saves, and Recent Publishes areas available to them, but the functionality under Content depends upon user level. Find/Replace is only available to user Level 10. Blogs need to be set up by an admin user before the functionality is available.
When using the DirectEdit login method, the Pages view shows the available editable regions. Once a region is chosen for editing, the WYSIWYG editor toolbar is shown. In expanded view it shows the files and subdirectories for a directory and the Page Actions toolbar. The page actions include a comprehensive set of functions that can be performed on any page. Available functions are dependent upon authority level.
When expanded further is shows a selected view of the pages and directories listing and icons. This is the default view when clicking Content > Pages. 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.
Content > Assets displays all of the assets that have been created on the website. Assets are available across all sites within an account. For more information about using assets:
For more information about setting up assets:
If a blog has been setup, Content > Blogs displays all of the blog entries that have been created on the website and facilitates the creation and posting of subsequent entries. For more information about using blogs with OU Campus:
For more information about setting up blogs:
Content > Recent Saves displays a list of pages which have been updated, indicating the time, date, and user by which each page was last saved. For more detailed information regarding all the specific changes made to any file, click the Log icon next to any file in the list:
Content > Recent Publishes displays a list of pages which have been published to the live site, indicating the time, date, and user by which each page was last published. For more detailed information regarding all the specific changes made to any file, click the Log icon next to any file in the list:
A global find and replace function is available to Level 10 administrators. This enables you to search for a piece of content throughout the entire site and optionally give you the ability to replace that content with something else. You can use either literal text searches or Regular Expression–powered searched:
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1. Site: Displays site name
2. Location: Displays current directory path
3. Staging/Production tabs: Provide access to switching between available servers
- Provides access to creating new pages from defined templates, restore from the recycle bin, and uploading files:
4. Quick Search, Advanced Search, and Last Search
5. File operations for multiple files or directories:
6. List of files and subdirectories. Shows the available page actions and file operations for each file and directory.