Adobe Experience Manager 6.5 Manuals for Content Managers are available for download. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Adobe Experience Manager is an enterprise-grade web content management system with a wide array of powerful features. Learn more about the system and how it is supported by the Office of Information Technology.
This short 5-step tutorial covers the basic steps to create and publish short videos on Extension websites. It is assumed that the audience has a basic knowledge of YouTube and smart phones.
Captioning videos can seem like a daunting task. Here is one fairly easy way to do it.
Events that have been previously submitted in the CAES Calendar app can be reviewed and edited by a designated CAES Calendar administrator assigned at the department/unit level.
How do I add an event to the CAES Calendar? Follow these step-by-step instructions to use the CAES Calendar application. Remember, only designated administrators assigned at the department/unit level may post to a specific calendar location on the CAES website.
The CAES Calendar feed is used on the CAES home page, departmental websites and other CAES subsites. See examples of the calendar feed and event detail page.
This post will cover the two types of CAES personnel profile pages: 1) the Basic Personnel Directory Page and 2) the Detailed Biography Profile Page.
A quick how-to document for using AEM 6.3. In this document we’ll discuss: Logging in, New URL; Navigating Sites; Navigating Assets; Navigating Between Sites and Assets; Editing Pages; Using Assets on a Page; Working with Components.
For the two weeks prior to the update (July 18-Aug. 3), content managers will not have access to AEM. And while the updates that will be made to our sites are not nearly as complex as when we moved from Contribute to Adobe Experience Manager in 2015, there are some steps that you should complete prior to the July 18 deadline to ensure the site update process goes as smoothly as possible.