Web Editors' Toolkit
USU Extension Web Editor Training and Resources
How to Obtain Access to Edit Extension Websites and Pages
Utah State University websites and pages are created and edited in a content management system (CMS) called OU Campus. Before being granted access to work with USU web pages, editors must first complete USU IT's OU campus training.
Next Step TrainingAfter completing the required OU Campus training, new editors should learn some basic editing tasks by completing this online training.
Web Template OptionsAfter completing the next step training, web editors may wish to complete additional training and learn how to add design elements such as columns, alerts buttons, lists, tables, icons cards, and more.
Advanced Web Editor Training (HTML and Bootstrap 4)
For web editors who have become comfortable editing websites in the WYSIWYG editor, it may be beneficial to learn how to code in HTML and Bootstrap to take their web skills to the next level.
Extension Website Roles
Learn who does what and where to go for help in editing and maintaining Extension websites and pages. See Website Roles
Who Should I Contact for Website Help?
- For agriculture and natural resources pages, contact Cody Penman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- For home and community pages, contact Ashley Hopkins (email@example.com)
- For 4-H pages, contact Keaton Howell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- For additional help, contact Colton Blair, Terence Larson and the USU Extension web team (email@example.com)