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Website Procedures

The purpose of the Library Web Site Procedures for New or Substantially Revised Web Pages is to maintain the integrity of the Library Web Site by providing a uniform and consistent appearance.  

New Web Pages

1. A formatted web page template named Template with the appropriate .css (cascading style sheet) for the header (top navigation menu), footer (library contact information), and a table (area to create new content) is located in the New Web Pages folder.   

2. The New Web Pages folder is located in the \\tom\www root directory.

3. Create new web pages using the formatted template. Keep content within the center table.  This table is identified with broken lines ---.  You may consult a member of the Webmaster Team if needed.

4. Save new web pages in the New Web Pages folder using your last name followed by number (e.g. Smith1, Smith2, Smith3). 

5. The Webmaster Team will rename and save the pages to the appropriate folders.  Inform Webmaster Team if newly developed pages need to be linked to specific pages.

6. Pages that have been published from the New Web Pages folder will have the MG filename extension added to identify that the Webmaster Team has viewed the pages.

7. The Webmaster Team will look in the New Web Pages folder on a regular basis for newly developed pages.  Contact the Webmaster Team if pages need to be published immediately.

8. The Webmaster Team will send an email report to all library personnel notifying them of newly developed web pages published to the Library Web site.

Substantially Revised Pages

1. Substantial Revisions are changes to web pages that effect the content significantly enough that other library employees or library users should be aware of the changes.

            Substantially revised page are any changes to policies, services, hours, etc…

Non-Substantially revised pages are personal pages, correcting typos, updating pages without changing the meaning, etc…

2. Revise current web pages within existing folder.

3. Notify the Webmaster Team via email with links to revised pages.

4. The Webmaster Team will not change content, but will view the revision for consistency.

5. The Webmaster Team will send an email report to all library personnel notifying them of the revisions to the Library Web site.

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