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Content Management


 

Table of Contents

 

Content Management. 2

 (i) Authoring New Content. 2

 (ii) Editing existing content. 3

 (iii) Publishing options. 4

 (iv) Revision control 5

 (v) Deleting content

. 5

Custom Content Types. 5

 (i)     Exhibitions. 6

  (a) View Exhibition.. 6

  (b) Edit Exhibition.. 6

  (c) Add Exhibition
.. 6

(ii) Events  - Annual Events. 12

  (a) View Annual Events. 12

  (b) Edit Annual Events. 13

  (c) Add Annual event
. 13

(iii) Collections. 18

  (a) View Collection.. 18

  (b) Edit Collection.. 18

  (c) Add Collection

.. 18

Home Page Widgets. 23

 (i) Manage Slideshow.. 23

  (a) View and Edit Sliders. 23

  (b)Adding/Replacing Images. 25

  (c) Add Slides

. 25

Email Notifications. 26

 (i) Viewing and Editing Notifications

. 26

Site Footer

. 27

Menu Management. 28

 (i) Adding Menu.. 29

 (ii) Editing Menus. 29

 

 

 

Content Management

 

 content management

 

Use this section to manage the content of your website. No matter what type of content it is – event, class, discounts, or coupons – if it’s on your website, it can be managed through this section only.

Below are the actions that can be performed using the content management category;


(i) Authoring New Content

 

You can author a new content for the site and it can be done using the content management system of mNet. To author a new content, follow the steps given below:


Step-1: Go to the administration toolbar and click on “Content

 

 

Step-2: Click on “Add Content
 


Step-3: Select Content Type

 


Step-4: Create Content

Step-5: Save content to complete the process

 

(ii) Editing existing content

 

To edit an existing content on the website, follow the steps given below:

Step-1: Go to the administration toolbar and click on “Content

Step-2: A list of content titles along with their types will load on your screen. Scroll down to find the type of content you are looking for. Else, you can also fill the vacant fields (given in the first fold of the page) to get the desired result.


(iii) Publishing options

 

There are two ways to publish content and they are as follows:

Way-1: Using the “Published” checkbox

While authoring content, you will see a check box as shown below:


This checkbox remains checked by default indicating the content will publish to the website as soon as you finish creating it. However, you can un-check this box to avoid publishing the same content.

 

Way-2: Using the “Action” section

 

 

This is an alternate method of content publishing. Here. you select content from the list and go to the “Action” section to publish/unpublish the selected content. This a quick way to publish or unpublish an already existing content.

(iv) Revision control


You can create revisions for any content to let others know about the changes you made to the content page.

Adding a new revision is quite simple. All you need to do is to focus on the right sidebar of the content page. There, you will find a Revision log. Simply, put in details of changes you made on that page and that's it. 
 

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(v) Deleting content

Steps to delete an already existing content will be same as unpublishing content. The only difference would be in the selection of option. Here, you will select “Delete Content” instead of “Unpublish” from the drop-down list, and the content will be deleted immediately.

 

 

Custom Content Types

There are a total of three custom content types on the site and they are: Exhibitions, Events, and Collections.

(i)           Exhibitions

Add new exhibitions or edit the existing ones. This section of the dashboard allows you to manage exhibition seamlessly.  On the dashboard, find a dedicated icon for exhibitions. You can easily find it labeled as Manage Exhibitions.

 

 


(a) View Exhibition

Find a list of the museum exhibition added to this page. View the list to know about existing exhibition entries. Also, refer to the "Published" column to know the status of the listed exhibitions.

(b) Edit Exhibition

On the page, you get separate edit buttons for all entries. These buttons allow you to put in place text or image changes to any listed exhibition entry.

To edit an exhibition, click on the "edit" button placed in the same row.  Edit changes as per your preferences and hit the "Save" button to save the changes.

(c) Add Exhibition

At the top of the "Manage Exhibitions" page, you get an "Add" button. Click on this button to start creating a new exhibition. Fill fields with relevant information and click the "Save" button to save the data.


Steps to add a new exhibition to the website are as follows:


Step-1: Click on "Add" button

 

 

Step-2: On a new page, a web form will appear.
 

Step-3: Start filling out  this form with asked details. Begin with Exhibition Title and Short Description (If any).

 


Step-4: Provide text for the subheading, if any.


Step-5: Upload Banner Image


Step-6: Provide Alt Text for this image

Step-7: Select Type

 


Step-8: Select Start Date and End Date for the exhibition.

Step-9: Provide Short Description of this exhibition

Step-10: Upload an image for this description

Step-11: Provide image’s Alt text

Step-12: Upload an image for Main Picture

Step-13: Provide Alt text for Main Picture

 

Step-14: Now start uploading the main content. Enter an image or paste text in the left and right vacant fields.

Step-15: Click "Add Manage Exhibitions" to add more Left-Right fields to this form.

Step-16: Check the "Published" button to publish this exhibition on the homepage.


Step-17: Hit the "Save" button to complete the process.

 

(ii) Events  - Annual Events
 

On the dashboard, find a dedicated icon for annual events. You can easily find it labeled as Manage Annual Events.

 

 

(a) View Annual Events

 

Find a list of the museum annual event added to this page. View the list to know about existing annual event entries. Also, refer to the "Published" column to know the status of the listed annual events.

 

(b) Edit Annual Events

 

On the page, you get separate edit buttons for all entries. These buttons allow you to put in place text or image changes to any listed annual event entry.

To edit an annual event, click on the "edit" button placed in the same row.  Edit changes as per your preferences and hit the "Save" button to save the changes.

 

(c) Add Annual event

 

At the top of the "Manage Annual Events" page, you get an "Add" button. Click on this button to start creating a new annual event. Fill fields with relevant information and click the "Save" button to save the data.

 

Steps to add a new annual event to the website are as follows:

 

Step-1: Click on "Add" button

 

 

Step-2: On a new page, a web form will appear.

 

 

Step-3: Start filling this form with asked details. Begin with Annual event Title and Short Description (If any).

 

 

Step-4: Provide text for the subheading, if any.

 

Step-5: Upload Banner Image

 

Step-6: Provide Alt Text for this image

 

Step-7: Select Type

 

Step-8: Select Banner Color

 

Step-9: Select Start Date and End Date for the annual event

 

 

Step-10: Upload an image for Main Picture

 

Step-11: Provide Alt text for Main Picture

 

Step-12 Provide Short Description of this annual event

 

Step-13: Upload an image for this description

 

Step-14: Provide image’s Alt text

 

Step-15: Now start uploading the Sub Text, additional detail about the event, in the form of Sub Text. Start with the image uploading followed by its ALT text, and main body.

 

 

Step-16: Click "Add Annual Event Subtext" to add more fields.

 

Step-17: Check the "Published" button to publish this annual event on the homepage.

 

Step-18: Hit the "Save" button to complete the process.

 

 

 

(iii) Collections

 

On the dashboard, find a dedicated icon for collections. You can easily find it labeled as Manage Collections.