What began as a project to renew the departmental websites at Carleton has grown into a robust and centralized Content Management System that powers nearly 300 websites on carleton.ca.
By separating content from presentation, Carleton CMS offers visitors consistent navigation while providing website maintainers with an easy to use web-interface.
We are excited to announce that will soon be offering two web workshops. All of these sessions will be held at 4385 Herzberg from 10:00 – 11:30 on the days listed below. Sign up for these workshops from the Learning and Development section within Carleton Central. Writing for the Web This workshop focuses on three ... more
An accessible website is inclusive to all users, regardless of web browsing experience or any physical disabilities they may have. According to the W3C, an accessible website is perceivable, operable, understandable and robust. Here are 5 simple things you can do to improve your website’s accessibility: 1. Add “alt” Tags to Images Alt tags provide ... more
We have a new video tutorial added to our Google Analytics video collection. In this video you will learn about creating annotations within Google Analytics reports, looking into traffic sources on specific pages and looking at the navigation summary report to see if your visitors followed the path you hoped they would take. If you ... more
How to add pages to your navigation and change the order in which they appear.... more
SEO is the process of optimizing your website to appear in search engines. The key is to create websites that contain content that is both relevant and popular.... more