- Cascade Training
- CASCADE TUTORIALS
- Sample Site
- Content Types
- Files & Folders
- Assets (Pages, Files)
- Advanced Editing
- Video Tutorials
- SEO Best Practices
- Faculty Profiles
Cascade Server is a content management system that is used to create and manage digital content on the California State University East Bay website. It is very important to understand the basic functionality of Cascade Server in order to edit the content of a website. You can also check our Sample Site.
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Basic Best Practice
- Images: Within your site there is a "files" folder and within that folder there is a "images" folder. This is where all images(.jpg, .gif, .png files) will be stored. To help keep things organized, it is encouraged to create new folders within the "images" folder.
- Documents: Within your site there is a "files" folder and within that folder there is a "docs" folder. This is where all documents(.doc, .docx, .pdf, .xsl, xslx and all other document files format) will be stored. To help keep organized, it is encouraged to create new folders within the "docs" folder.
- Publishing: After editing your page, publish to the test server first. Review the changes made on the test page before publishing to the production server.
- Naming Convention: Use short descriptive word(s) and only use lower case and hyphen to separate words for system files.
- New Pages: Any new content should be given a unique title tag and meta description when it launches. Review the SEO best practices page for best practice guides.