When you first log in to OU Campus, you will see that the page
through which you entered will appear with editable area buttons. You
can select an editable area
OR choose another page to edit by clicking on the Content Tab or Pages
button. Note: You will get the same result by clicking on either.
Content Tab and Pages Button
The Pages button (Full Screen Editor View) is the
default view for the Content tab. This button displays the list of
editable Web pages. The list of editable web pages includes a
comprehensive set of functions that can be performed on any page. It
provides a list of all the folders and files that make up your Web site.
Also this area provides access to the New (create a new page or subfolder) or Upload (upload images or documents) functions
If you ever get lost within the OU Campus interface, CLICK on Content Tab, and you will find yourself back at the full list.
The "Content" tab is the most frequently used tab within OmniUpdate.
Here users have access to primary functions they'll use when editing
CLICK on the Content Tab.
REVIEW the list of files.
NOTE: The file names will be the same as what is included in the page URLs. Example: select-page.html.
REMINDER: The name of the home page for each Web site is always index.html. This is automatically generated by OmniUpdate when creating a new sub-section (subfolder)
for a Web site.
- If you have a sub-section folder in your site, such as for a class, you will want to click on the folder and then find the file. The home page for the sub section will also be called index.html.
CLICK on the File Name link (far left) for the page that you want to edit. It will appear
with the editable area buttons. Select an editable area to edit.
If you don't know the file name for the page that you want to edit
You have two options to figure out which file belongs to a page.
CLICK the Preview icon to see what the page is. OR
GO TO Firefox Menu Bar > File > New Window. Using the new window, FIND the Web page that you want to edit in the new browser. WRITE down the file name at the end of the URL. See the example. Then RETURN to your the OU Campus session in the other window, and find that file as described in the steps above.
Example of a file name within a Web page URL:
To open this file, you would
- CLICK on bio10 folder
- CLICK on extracredit.html