How to login to TerminalFour.
Add text and images to your site by using content types.
How to see Google analytics information for your site(s)
How to approve content types and sections for publishing.
How to make and use them to store sections and content.
Certain combinations of our official colors do meet accessibility standards for color blindness or other visual impairments.
Terminalfour keeps a history of all versions of content types. When you click save, a version is stored in the history.
Inactive (deleted) content is purged from the system each semester.
Content types can be mirrored, duplicated, moved, expired, and have version history.
How to turn a link into a button.
How to create a new section (web page) for your site.
Add links to your content - section links, content links, and external links.
Removing content from the website (not permanent).
A quick way to edit a page you are viewing on your browser.
How to find errors and correct them.
Duplicate creates a copy of a content type and allows you to put it on another page (section).
How to insert embed code into a content type.
There are a few options for creating different kinds of forms.
Headings are useful for structure and scannability. They are necessary for accessibility and SEO.
Helper sections appear in each branch and have a specific purpose. Examples are branch_title and left_sidebar.
How to add a description of images you upload. Image descriptions are required to meet accessibility standards.
Basic guidelines and suggestions for what size images should be.
How to add images, PDF's, and Microsoft Office docs to a content type.
A snippet is a chunk of code stored in the media library that can add content to your page.
Show a content type on multiple pages simultaneously.
A Page Description is a short snippet of text that describes the page's content. It is used by search engines to categorize pages.
The page title is what is displayed in the tab of the browser. Search engines use the title to categorize the page.
How to preview pages and content before publishing.
How to set a publish date, expiration date, or review date.
Publishing moves content from TerminalFour to the website.
If it's been a while since you last logged in or attended training, these videos will remind you of the most basic things you need to know.
Replace an existing PDF in the media library with an updated version.
How to upload a new version of an existing image.
Change the size of your image to meet guidelines.
Basic things you can do to make your page more appealing to search engines like Google.
Creating a sidebar for your page(s) and adding content.
The site structure shows all of your pages and allows you to manage them.
How to download images for your website.
The fundamental concepts that need to be understood when working in TerminalFour (T4).
Making and editing tables.
Tables must be made in a certain way to meet accessibility standards.
Features available in the text editor and tips on using it.
How to add an image or document to your Media library folder.
Understand how URLs are created and how to change the URL of your page.
AI prompts can help you write content and get ideas. You can use prompts to generate ideas, write meta descriptions, and streamline content creation.
How to make your site compliant with rules about visually impaired users.
Preparing and organizing your content for effective communication.
Link text should tell users what will happen when they click on the link.