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What is a CMS?

Content management refers to the system and processes where information is created, managed, published, and archived. A content management system (CMS) provides the necessary infrastructure for multiple people to contribute content and collaborate. It allows for web content to be edited without the need for a specialized skill set. With a CMS, editing the web is as easy as creating a Word document. The content management system we use is Kentico.

Website Conversions to Kentico CMS

With the selection of Kentico as UW-Green Bay's CMS, all campus sites are being updated and converted into Kentico by the Web Development team. If you would like to learn how your site can be converted, the Website Conversion to CMSdocument includes a detailed breakdown on how sites are being moved into Kentico.

Answers for Kentico Problems

Are you looking for quick answers for topics covered in the Kentico Training? Check out the Knowledge Base! If it's not covered there please contact us.

Kentico Training Options

Video Training

A 30 minute video tutorial broken down into subjects on how to use our installation of Kentico CMS. 
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Written Help

We have helpful guides, tips, tricks and written step-by-step tutorials available. They are broken down by topic.

In Person Training

We are available if your learning style is better in person. Send a request ticket with your availability.
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Benefits of Kentico CMS

  • Easy content creation and editing for non-technical content contributors
  • Access rights for security
  • Structured workflow processes for content approvals
  • Archival and versioning of content
  • Templates for consistent output
  • Content check-in/check-out services for distributed users
  • Subject matter experts can update their online information quickly and efficiently without technical intervention.
  • Common tasks like checking for dead links, archiving old pages, and generating navigational menus are done by the CMS.
  • Content can be scheduled in advance to be published at a specific date and time. The CMS can also expire content at a predefined time.
  • Associated images and files for content are published by the CMS, reducing the burden of finding the necessary assets.
  • A frequently updated site will encourage customers to return.
  • The audit trail, available at both the user and content level, provides a snapshot of the history of content changes.
  • With version control (automatic backup as changes are made), users have peace of mind that any mistakes will not cause lost information.
  • Content is presented within pre-defined templates whenever possible. Templates help maintain a cohesive look and feel, creating a professional image. The use of consistent navigation menus and layout does not force the visitor to relearn site conventions.
  • Brand integrity is maintained by limiting layout choices in a manner consistent with university style guidelines.

UW-Green Bay's Web Development team has created a modern template that all new web development will use. This guide is to demonstrate the benefits of a singular look at feel, the future of web at UW-Green Bay and tutorial on best/standard web practices.