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These pages provide information and advice on good practice for everyone involved in producing web content, using Contensis, our web content management system (CMS or WCMS).
Our primary aim is to present a consistent, professional looking website that can be easily understood by its target audiences. It is important to remember that as a web publisher you are promoting the College's reputation and image globally. For this reason, a College style guide has been compiled to promote a consistent approach to online content.
It is intended that this guide will continue to expand with the feedback of colleagues and be an essential resource for all web publishers. If content significantly deviates from this guide to the detriment of the site you may find we change it without warning - but we would much rather work with users to develop an exceptional website they feel invested in and proud of.
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Essential guidance on:
Covering many common questions and features of Contensis, the FAQs are the first port of call when you have a problem.
For assistance designing pages, preparing content or obtaining videos & images.
For problems with pages and components, user access rights, training and all other technical support.
For any issues relating to Pure and it's implimentation.
Log a call - IT Service Desk:
W: itservicedesk.rhul.ac.uk |
E: ITServiceDesk AT rhul.ac.uk |
T: (01784 41) 4321
Laptop Support and Mobile Device Clinic
Bedford Library 2-01
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