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Creating and Posting Content Tutorial

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Creating and Posting Content TutorialYou may want to create and place documents related to your organization, such as sermon notes, devotionals, or bulletins on your Web site. There are two ways you can do this with Extend. You can post the content in separate pieces, or you can post the Word document or PDF the content was created in.Creating Content PiecesPoint to Site, then click Article Manager.Figure 1 Selecting the Article ManagerUnder Actions, click Create New Article.Figure 2 Creating a new articleEnter Attributes information in the appropriate fields. Make sure the title of your article is both appropriate and specific enough to give a general idea of what kind of content is contained within it. For this exercise we entered the sermon’s title and date for the Title, and the name of the person who originally created the content for the Author. So for the Title we entered The Good Shepherd - April 18, 2008 and Pastor Alice for Author.Copyright © 2007 ACS Technologies Group, Inc. All rights reserved.Figure 3 Entering attribute informationIn the Body section, click Maximize the editor size. We want to work in the maximized editor because we can link e-mail addresses, Web sites, or content pieces. Also we can add pictures and video links to the content piece.Figure 4 Clicking the Maximize the editor buttonYou can enter content in the Body section or you can cut and paste the content from the original format. If you cut and paste the content from ...
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Creating and Posting Content Tutorial
You may want to create and place documents related to your organization, such as sermon notes, devotionals, or bulletins on your Web site. There are two ways you can do this with Extend. You can post the content in separate pieces, or you can post the Word document or PDF the content was created in. Creating Content Pieces Point to Site , then click Article Manager .
Figure 1 Selecting the Article Manager Under Actions , click Create New Article .
Figure 2 Creating a new article Enter Attributes information in the appropriate fields. Make sure the title of your article is both appropriate and specific enough to give a general idea of what kind of content is contained within it. For this exercise we entered the sermons title and date for the Title , and the name of the person who originally created the content for the Author . So for the Title we entered The Good Shepherd - April 18, 2008 and Pastor Alice for Author .
Copyright © 2007 ACS Technologies Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
Figure 3 Entering attribute information In the Body section, click Maximize the editor size . We want to work in the maximized editor because we can link e-mail addresses, Web sites, or content pieces. Also we can add pictures and video links to the content piece.
Figure 4 Clicking the Maximize the editor button You can enter content in the Body section or you can cut and paste the content from the original format. If you cut and paste the content from a Word document, click Paste from Word  . This keeps extra or unnecessary Microsoft Word characters from being pasted into the Body section. If you cut and paste from a plain text document, click Paste as Plain Text  .
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Figure 5 Entering text
Click Maximize the editor size . Click the Settings tab then, under Indexing , select Include this article in a web search index . This ensures that the article will display in search of your Web site. Under Web Syndication , select Include this article in Web feeds generated for channels . This includes the article in the Web feed generated for the channel.
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Click Save .
Figure 6 Selecting Indexing and Web Syndication
Posting your Sermon Notes, Devotionals, Bulletins to the Web Site Point to Site , then click Channel Manager .
Figure 7 Selecting the Channel Manager
Under Actions , click Create New Group .
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Figure 8 Creating a new group Enter a title for the channel in the Name field. For this exercise, we entered Learning  for the channel group name. Click Save
Figure 9 Entering a Channel Group name Under Actions , click Create New Channel .
Figure 10 Creating a new channel Enter a Name and Alias for the channel. For this exercise we entered Sermon Studies  for the Name , and sermons for the alias. The alias is helpful for advertisements or bulletins.
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Under Group , select Learning from the drop-down list. Click Save .
Click Save .
Figure 11 Entering information to create a new channel
Note When you create a channel, it is inactive until you publish it in the Layout Manager. The inactive channel does not display on the presentation side of the site. To prevent a channel from displaying on the presentation side, click Retract on the Layout Manager toolbar.
Now you can lay out your channel and publish it in the Layout Manager. Under Actions , click Layout Channel .
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Figure 12 Selecting the Layout Channel Select the column layout you want for your Web page from the Add A Content Row  section. Your available options are:  One Column  Two Columns  Two Columns Left  Two Columns Right  Three Columns
Figure 13 Selecting the One Column Option For this exercise, we selected the One Column . Under Add Content , click Article Manager .
Figure 14 Selecting the Article Manager Select Good Shepherd - April 18, 2008 , then click Submit .
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Figure 15 Submitting an article
Point to the and select Custom Display . This lets you select the options for displaying the content on the channel and page.
Figure 16 Selecting Custom Display On the Attributes tab, under Channel Page Display Options , select Title and None . Selecting these options displays the title on the channel page. Visitors will click on the title to view notes about the content. Under Content Page Display Options , select Title , Body , and Author .
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Figure 17 Selecting attributes for the custom display
Click Save . To see what the content looks like before you publish, click Preview . Check the information carefully, and when you are finished close the Preview window. To prevent content from displaying on the presentation side, click Retract on the Layout Manager toolbar. To publish your content, click Publish , then click OK . The content is now live on your site.
Figure 18 The Layout Manager toolbar
Note Repeat these steps to add more sermon notes, devotionals, bulletins, or other information. You can add content as you go, or from the Article Manager. You can move content pieces up or down the page, or add additional content rows. Click in the Layout Manager, then select Cut Content .
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Creating and Posting a Microsoft Word Document or PDF You may have a long devotional, a long essay, church history document, or bulletin you want members and visitors to be able to view. If so, a convenient way to do this is to post the Word document or PDF to the Web site. Uploading Media to the Media Manager Media Manager is where you upload PDFs, jpegs, Word documents, and more. The first thing we need to do is upload the document to the Media Manager. Later in the exercise, we will create a link to the same document. For this exercise, we are uploading a bulletin. Point to Site , then click Media Manager .
Figure 19 Selecting the Media Manager Under Actions , click Upload New Media .
Figure 20 Selecting Upload Media Item Click Browse and search for the Word or PDF document you want. Select the document you want and click Save . You have uploaded a piece of media to the Media Manager.
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Figure 21 The Upload Media Item page
Note The Name and Alternate Text are created from the title of the media you select. The Name is how the content is listed in the Media Manager, and the Alternate Text is what screen readers for those with disabilities will read for the content. It is a good idea to have specific and helpful information about the content entered in the field.
Now we can create the content piece that links to the Microsoft Word or PDF document we uploaded to the Media Manager.
Creating Content Point to Site , then click Article Manager .
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