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Add a Portlet to the Left Side of Your Ag CMS Site
Located in Let's Communicate
Image Google Custom Search Box
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Ag Google Custom Search Explained
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Web Services Learning Opportunities - Sept. 2012
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New Feature in Ag CMS: Upload Multiple Files
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Quick Upload Portlet
The Quick Upload Portlet allows you to upload multiple items at once, saving you time when you need to add many items to your site.
Located in Training & Tutorials / Ag CMS / Ag CMS How-To Guide
Ag CMS How-To Guide
Look here for step-by-step guides on how to do tasks within Ag CMS.
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How Do I Get Started With Ag CMS?
You will need an Ag CMS account and site to be able to create, manage, and edit your website.
Located in Training & Tutorials / Ag CMS / Ag CMS How-To Guide
This session will show you how to use "collections" in Ag CMS to organize and manage your web content. Especially effective for topic area sites, "collections" operate like saved searches that return web content that meets a specific set of criteria. This is an archive of a Wimba webconferencing training. If prompted for a "room" when accessing the archive, enter "NDSU_Ag".
Located in Training & Tutorials / Archived Presentations
To effectively communicate online, NDSU Extension Service needs to publish online content that can be found and shared. This session will show you how to use the “article” type in Ag CMS to publish content that can be easily found, used and shared by our customers. This is an archive of a Wimba webconferencing training. If prompted for a "room" when accessing the archive, enter "NDSU_Ag".
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