Website Help for Modern Campus CMS
SDSU's Web Content Management System
Access & Setup
For Modern Campus CMS (formerly Omni CMS) access and template setup contact Manny Uribe via ServiceNow Service Portal.
Hands-on Training for Beginners
Hands-on Training for Beginners provides instructions on how to create and edit pages and sections; what Snippets, Components, and Toolbar options are available; how to test websites for spelling errors, broken links, and accessibility errors; and more. Training sessions are scheduled by request.
To schedule a training visit the ServiceNow Service Portal, navigate to the Service Catalog (using the Service Catalog link in the menu or the Request a Service button on the page), then navigate to Web Services > Omni CMS. From there, you can select the Training Request form.
- SDSU Modern Campus CMS Support Site
- Web Accessibility
- Web Writing Best Practices
- Creating Accessible Documents
Web Content Updates
For content updates to COE department, program and project web sites, please consult the directory below and contact your web content manager.
Department and Office Abbreviations
More about Modern Campus CMS
Modern Campus CMS (previously known as Omni CMS) is a Web Content Management System, purpose-built for higher ed, that allows users to create and maintain secure and accessible web pages without having to know HTML. Some of the features include multi-browser support, in-context what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG) editor, direct edit (a link on the web page which takes authorized users directly to the interface to edit that specific page after login), version control, scheduled publishing, workflow, and integration with Facebook, Google Analytics, Twitter, and YouTube. For a comprehensive list of features, visit Modern Campus CMS. Our CMS is implemented using a selection of templates which were conceived of and developed by iFactory, with input from a broad array of campus stakeholders. Learn more about Modern Campus CMS.