Website content audit
In the fall of 2014, the Institutional Web and Technology Committee made the decision to move forward with an institutional web audit for content on Messiah’s public website (www.messiah.edu). The audit will help us ensure all web content is up to date and relevant for site visitors.
Although multiple CMS users can access and edit pages, a page can only have one owner. The owner of the page will be the one responsible for auditing that page. Click here to find out how to change ownership of pages.
In an effort to make the content audit as effective and efficient as possible, a content audit module was developed. In the audit module, users will be able to view all content that they are being asked to audit in one central location. Each content record will include a preview link that will allow users to preview the content on that page. If the content is updated and no edits are needed, the user can simply click a button to validate the content. However, if edits are needed, an edit button is provided to allow quick access to edit the page.
If you have further questions, please check out our content audit FAQs page. If you don’t see the answer your looking for feel free to contact Web Services by replying to this email.
2016 content audit details
The content audit will begin on Monday, April 6th. At that time an email will be sent to content editors who need to audit content. Any pages that have not been edited in over 6 months will be added to the content audit. CMS users will have until May 29th to validate that the content on their webpages are up to date.