UniSA Web Authoring Guide (WAG)
November 2012 - Update
The redeveloped UniSA Corporate website is now maintained and edited in the EPiSERVER content management system (CMS).
- Please refer to the CMS Quick Guide (PDF 8Mb) for web authoring assistance in the new environment.
- For training and access to the CMS environment, please complete the online form (login required).
The old environment is now referred to as the 'w3 environment' for the duration of the migration process. For assistance in authoring in the w3 environment, please continue to refer to this online guide.
Purpose of this guide (w3 environment)
This guide aims to help new and existing web authors work in the w3 authoring environment. It incorporates a style and user guide into one framework outlining the policies behind web authoring, the design structure of the w3 corporate web and procedures for authoring in this medium.
The guide assumes that authors have had some training in FrontPage or SharePoint Designer (preferred) and using the templates, and therefore provides instructions to using the authoring tools developed specifically for the UniSA w3 corporate website. See Training and support if you need information on training.
While you may have been authoring for some time, you will need to refer to most sections of this guide in the w3 authoring environment. Following is a summary of what each section contains
- Web policy at UniSA outlines policies for authoring in the UniSA web environment, and provides a context for your web authoring
- Guidelines and standards for designing your website guides you in revisiting or designing your website, particularly focusing on structure, and introduces you to the design of the corporate web templates
- Process for developing your site covers technical issues of author access to the web and procedures for web authoring at UniSA. This section is more applicable for people developing new sites
- How to author webpages contains 'hands on' instructions outlining and explaining how to use the authoring tools to maintain your site
- Training and support provides you with contacts and information
- Website maintenance outlines what steps to take to keep your website up-to-date
- FAQs answers your questions on web authoring
- Web glossary is a useful reference for terms commonly used in the guide
- Web resources directs you to web pages for development of your web skills
Please contact Web enquiries if you have any issues or comments regarding this guide. Only through our users will we know what works and what doesn't.