Once you’ve logged into Ensemble, you should see all of the sites you can edit under the MySites section. To configure a site’s settings, click on the checkbox next to a site’s name and choose “View Properties.”
As a webadmin, you’ll see a series of four tabs on the next page. These will include Basic, Advanced, Page Image, and Site Configuration.
Click on the Edit button or icon to change the settings under each of these tabs.
Under the basic tab, you can change the site title and other basic fields associated with any site or page.
Beneath the advanced tab, you can direct where the site’s index page will be located. Though this should be populated already, the redirect field should contain: /content/[sitename]_vt_edu/en/index.
Webadmins can also choose the design for their sites under the Design field. By default, all sites will be set to the Burruss template . See the gallery below for comparisons between the two themes.
To change the design, click on the folder next to the field and select Moss. Click Done to save your changes.
Note: Other design themes appear. However, Burruss and Moss are the only two themes that are designed and supported for use throughout the CMS. The other themes that exist are for specialized sites and not intended for general use. They will not work with every component and are not configured for broad adoption.
This tab exists if you want to attach an image to the entire site. This is not required.
This tab should point to the asset library associated with your site. It should also feature the workflow models and approver groups.
If you have requested local assets, the path where those assets reside can be included in the Local Assets Path field.
Click Done on the upper portion of the screen to save whatever changes you make.
Need to set up analytics for your site? Check out the information on the Analytics component.
Help / Support
For questions and / or CMS support please file a ticket:
- Click on the "Request CMS Support" link at the bottom right hand corner of this window and fill out the form.