Kentico is the content management system (CMS) that we use to edit the public-facing URMC website. Kentico is entirely web-based, which means you do not need to purchase or download any software to edit your pages.
Using internal talent management systems, we are able to streamline the training process and allow users to learn the system at their own pace with our online Kentico User Training modules in MyPath.
Request Kentico Training
In order to maintain your section(s) of the URMC site, you will need to complete our online Kentico training course. You will not be granted access to edit your section(s) if you do not complete training.
To get instructions for taking Kentico training, please use our Support Request System.
About the Kentico Training Course
This course is divided into modules corresponding to the individual tasks you will perform in Kentico to maintain your website. Each module has a walkthrough and a quiz of 4-10 questions to test the knowledge you gained in that particular module. You must answer all questions correctly. If you answer a question incorrectly, you will have the opportunity to try again until you get the correct answer.
In this course, you will learn how to:
- Log in to Kentico
- Navigate in Kentico
- Create a new web page
- Edit web pages
- Preview pages and send preview links
- Create links
- Insert images
- Insert and edit tables
- Understand workflow, versioning, page rollback, and submit for approval
- Delete, restore, and reorder pages
Access after Completion of Training
After successfully completing this course, please let us know through our Support Request System, and we will grant you access to your section(s) of the URMC site.
Kentico Documentation and Guides
You will find the Kentico Training Manual and Quick Reference Guide, along with other support documents, in our shared Box folder. They are great resources for step-by-step instructions to help you as you begin editing your pages. You can also go back to any module in MyPath at any time to refresh your memory on how to perform a particular task, without having to repeat any of the quizzes!
For additional help with formatting and using the proper conventions to maintain a consistent look and feel throughout our site, as well as how to comply with accessibility standards, visit our Editing Web Content section.