With the redesign of the Central Piedmont website, we are putting new processes in place for how content is edited and published to ensure the site is audience-focused, user-friendly, and free of duplicated content for good search engine optimization (SEO).
Request Website Editing Access
Faculty and staff can now request limited edit access to certain pages on cpcc.edu. For more information on editing scope and processes, visit the Website Editing page on inside.cpcc.edu (login required).
To request edit access, email the Help Desk at email@example.com.
Website Editing Procedures and Guidelines
For information on how to log in to cpcc.edu and edit your content, see the Website Editing Procedures. To understand your role as a website editor, please read the Website Editor Role, Responsibilities, and Guidelines document before you edit content.
A new, comprehensive training program to replace "Web Ambassador" training is being developed to provide content editors with all the tools and information you need to manage your content. The training will be hands-on and instructor led. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the timeline for this training has been moved until we are able to return to campus and gather in groups. If you have edit needs that you aren't yet able to manage, please submit a Website Maintenance Request form and the Digital Communications team will handle your update in a timely manner.