Content Migration

Information about migrating content to the new Web Content Management System

Web Content Management System Update -- April 19, 2011

Group training sessions regarding the Web Content Management System (Web CMS) conversion, are underway. The 90-minute sessions introduce you to the look and feel of the Web CMS and provide information about how you will be able to login and input your content data. These are hands-on workshops where you will migrate some of your content. You will leave with the tools and knowledge to get your site ready-to-launch when the launch comes.

Web Content Management System Update -- April 11, 2011

As we continue the USM Web site redesign and content management system (Web CMS) conversion, we begin the coordination of early adopter training sessions. These sessions will include one-on-one, hands-on trainings to introduce the look and feel of the Web CMS. 

Last week, a few early adopters received the first set of trainings, they were:

  • College of Science, Technology, and Health
  • Department of Linguistics
  • Finance and Administration
  • Facilities Management

Web CMS Landing Page Sub-Site Roadmap

The Landing Page Sub-Site Roadmap indicates the areas of your site that are "editable" or "non-editable". Areas outlined in Red are non-editable; areas outlined in Green are editable.

Note: your site layout can incorporate 3-columns (with Promo item) or 4-columns (without Promo item).

Click here to download a printable version of the roadmap.

Web Content Management System Update -- April 5, 2011

The new USM Web site redesign and content management system (Web CMS) conversion is an ongoing process that entails multiple steps to completion. Our current phase this spring has included:

Content Migration Questions and Answers

There have been many questions about the migration of content from our current Web server to the Web Content Management System (Web CMS). We have compiled some of the common questions and provided some answers to them here.

Can users of my site access content that has not been migrated to the Web CMS when the Web CMS goes live?

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Content Migration