Page style quick reference guide
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A Web Content Management System (CMS) is a tool used to manage and publish content on a website. The author uses a web browser to access the system and add their content using pre-defined templates.
No technical knowledge of the web is required. This means more people can become involved in the website, allowing people to author pages about their specialist subject. It also means that updating and creating web pages is quicker and easier.
If you would like to attend training please check the Web CMS training page for details.
If you already have access to Site Manager there is online documentation and help to remind you of the training.
If your department isn't using the Web CMS yet you might find our Dreamweaver pages useful.
Who to contact
- Web Office