With the redesign of the Central Piedmont website, we are putting new processes in place for how content is edited and published to ensure the site is audience-focused, user-friendly, and free of duplicated content for good search engine optimization.
Faculty and staff can now request edit access to certain pages on cpcc.edu with a limited scope. To request edit access, complete and submit the Website Editing Request Form. For more information on editing scope and processes, visit the Website Editing page on inside.cpcc.edu (login required).
Digital Communications is currently handling all cpcc.edu updates. Please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will work with you to update your content.
Please note: Even though employees can now request access to edit their web content, you can always submit your requests for content edit to email@example.com
Submit the Website Editing Request Form (login required) - Read all information at the top of the form. The types of pages that can be edited at this time by content owners has a limited scope.
You can now request access to make simple updates to your web content within the content management system (CMS). Updating your content will be similar to updating a word document. This includes changes to the text within the body of most pages on the site and contact information. Step-by-step procedures and a Website Editor Guidelines and Responsibilities document will be provided to assist you.
Workflows will be in place that will route your updates through Digital Communications for review before being published live on cpcc.edu. This will ensure that content we present on cpcc.edu effectively tells the Central Piedmont story and adheres to content strategy to serve our audiences.
A new, comprehensive training program to replace ‘Web Ambassador’ training will be available (late summer 2019) to provide content editors with all the tools and information you need to manage your content.