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Our new content management system (CMS) is called Drupal. This section walks you through the basics you need to know before you start using it.

What is a content management system (CMS)?

A CMS is a platform used to manage and update information on a website. This includes text on pages and any images and downloads used. As its name implies it is a system used for managing content and not the design of the website.

Who has access?

The new CMS is being rolled out in phases. If your department hasn't been included in one of these phases yet, you can continue to update your site using the old CMS.

Get in touch with us if you're not sure whether you have access or if you are having difficulties logging in.

How to login

You’ll find the new CMS linked to from the MUSE all services list as CMS (University Website Project). This is the quickest and best way of logging in.

Enter your group

In the new CMS, individual department websites are organised into groups. To access your group, login and click on the Groups tab. Then click on the name of your department.

Select the group you want to work in

Note: We will be developing a new dashboard screen in the future where, after logging in, you will see links to the groups you have access to.

Next step

WYSIWYG editor

Get in touch

If you have CMS questions or are stuck then get in touch and we'll do our best to help.

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