For most web editors, work within Ingeniux will consist of editing existing pages and components within Workflow. Workflow helps move content from start to finish with approval measures that help ensure consistent and engaging content that adheres to Whitman's Web Style Guide


Editing Pages & Components

  1. Find the page/component you wish to edit in the site tree. 
  2. Click on the Workflow icon in the toolbar.

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  1. Click the top drop-down menu and select "Update Content". To unpublish the page, you can select “Unpublish this page” from the top drop-down menu.
  2. Click the bottom drop-down menu and select your name from the list.
  3. Click the Advance Workflow button.

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The page/component is now ready to be edited. After the page/component has been updated:

  1. Click on the Workflow icon in the toolbar.
  2. Click the top drop-down menu and select "Update Content". To unpublish the page, you can select “Unpublish this page” from the top drop-down menu.
  3. Click the bottom drop-down menu and select your name from the list.
  4. Click the Advance Workflow button.

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The Web Team will review the page/component and either:

  1. Publish the page to the live site. You will receive an email confirmation when the page has been published.
  2. Advance the page/component back to you for further edits. You will receive an email with further instructions.

Workflow Tips

If the "Advance in Workflow" button is not displaying, check to see if you can assign the page to yourself first:

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For any issues or questions with Workflow or to request Ingeniux training, email the Web Team or visit whit.mn/webrequest.