You can change the name of your Web Site as
it appears on the browser's title bar (the bar at the top of the browser window). You can also change the description
of the Site as it appears in the list of categories or channels.
Lastly, you can change information about the
person whom a participant might contact about the Web Site. The
Web Site contact is the person whose name can appear at the bottom of every page of a Web Site. This is typically
the person whom you want visitors and participants of a site to contact if they have questions about the Web Site
group or the content of the Web Site pages.
The Web Site contact does not have to be the same person as the
Web Site Administrator. For instance, let's say that you are the
parent of a soccer team player and the administrator of the team's
Web Site. However, you want all questions about the team and information
posted on that Web Site to go to the team's coach. You would probably
make the coach the contact person for the Web Site.
You can have as many Administrators of a Web Site as you
want, but you can only have one contact person.
Note: Changes on this page do
not affect related Web Sites.
information that you must enter.
- From the Web Site Manager, click Edit
web site info.
- Complete the form. Here are some tips:
- Name for Web Site:
Enter the title of the Web Site. This, along with the description, displays on the list of Web Sites.
- Description for Web Site:
Enter text that explains the purpose of your Web Site.
- Edit Contact Information:
To prevent guests from seeing any of the items in this section, click the check box next to the information you
want to hide. Participants still see this information. Web Site Administrators and System Managers use this information
to contact the person responsible for the Web Site.
- Contact Web Site Link Description: Give the Web Site link (described below) a description so users know why
they should click there.
Web Site URL:
As part of the contact information that appears on the bottom
of each page, you can also add a link to another web page,
an ftp address, or an email address. Be sure to include
the appropriate prefix to your address, such as "http://www.mysite.com,"
"ftp://ftp.mysite.com" or "mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org."
contact for correspondence:
The name of the person who is currently the contact for
this Web Site displays. You can hide this name from guests.
Web Site Administrators and System Managers use this information
to contact the person responsible for the Web Site. If this
is not hidden, username, first name, and last name of contact
appears in the contact information on Community pages.
- To select a new correspondence contact, click the
Select a new contact link. For instructions, see Change contact.
- Click Save.