Liferay 6.1 Documentation
Liferay 6.1 Basic Web Management (PDF 340KB)
Covers basic website updating features. Inlcudes guidelines and hints for effectively managing your website.
UNL WDN Image with Caption (PDF 61KB)
New August 27, 2014
The UNL WDN code for placing an image with a caption in the article has been updated with the UNLedu4.0 template. To place a captioned image within your article you can now use the "Insert captioned image" feature within the Liferay editor.
UNL WDN Social Media Icon Link Code (PDF 38KB)
New August 21, 2014
Instead of using images for links to your social media sites, we recommend you use the UNL code as done on the UNL External homepage. Follow the instructions in this guide to update links to your social media sites.
Using UNLedu4.0 WDN Content Style Elements (PDF 362KB)
New July 29, 2014
EdMedia has created several "shortcut" features within the Liferay editor to give you easy access to using several of the UNLedu4.0 WDN Content Style Elements without having to work directly with the CSS coding.
Please go to the Help & Documentation page for links to all guides for website management.
View the Adobe Connect webinar on Liferay 6.1 (length = 1:24:37 - opens in new window or tab)
Recorded on Friday, December 13 on the "testing/training" server using a different login process.
Be sure to check the instruction guides for step-by-step instructions for many management functions. Guides are available on the Help & Documentation page.
For additional questions, please contact Pam Peters (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Web Management System - Powered by LIFERAY
This Web Management system provides:
- UNL template conversion
- W3C validator service
- Web publishing
- Content management
- Document management
- Enterprise portal system
- Built-in custom applications (Events calendar, mashups, blogs, etc.)
- Training and support
- Usability Testing
- Support to build effective Web development teams
- Google-customized searches
- Google analytics (site statistics and user tracking)
- Web hosting (dedicated load balancing with nightly backups)