• # The Front Page

### Welcome to the new CMS. Read me first.

by Published on November 6th, 2009 02:00
1. Categories:
2. CMS,
3. Article

Welcome to the new CMS. Here's a quick guide of the different areas of this page.

1. Section Navigation Widget. This widget allows you to go to different sections. The "plus icon" means that this section has sub-sections. Clicking on the "plus icon" will display the sub-sections.
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### Managing CMS Section and Content

by Published on November 10th, 2009 02:00
1. Categories:
2. CMS,
3. Article

Here's a quick Visual Guide on how to Manage Sections in the new CMS.

1. Editing a Section: If you have permissions to manage a Section, as you hover over the Section title, a pencil icon will display.

After clicking the pencil icon, you will be taken to the Section Edit page. Here's what you will see:

2. Section Name:
Enter the Section Name
3. SEO URL Alias: This is the SEO Friendly URL. By default, if this is blank, the system will automatically copy the section title.
4. Section Layout: For each section you can define an individual section layout.
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### How to Create a New Article

by Published on November 6th, 2009 02:00
1. Categories:
2. CMS,
3. Article,
4. Insert Images

Here's a quick visual guide on how to create a new article with the CMS.

1. Create New Article Button: Navigate to the section you want the article to be published in. Click on the "Create a New Article" button. This will open an article form.

2. Article Title: In the "Add/Edit Article" screen, enter the title of your article in the "Title" textbox.
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### Promoting Articles from the Forums

by Published on November 6th, 2009 02:00
1. Categories:
2. CMS,
3. Article,
4. Promote,
5. Forums,
6. Insert Images

One of the innovative new features on vBulletin 4.0 Publishing Suite is the cross-publishing "Promote to Article" ...

### Article with Video

by Published on November 6th, 2009 02:00

This is a sample article with a YouTube video clip. ...

• ### Recent Forum Posts

#### Re: Integrals and Limits

Another way of looking at this is to visualize $\int_0^\infty c\,dx$, where $c>0$. Now make a drawing, including the $x$-axis, of what this integral

greg1313 Today, 22:33

#### Re: Integral Calculus - Spot the Error

Comparison is fine, but it must be a VALID comparison. The idea would be capsulized as "closer to zero".

tkhunny Today, 22:03

#### Re: Integrals and Limits

Oh, so that's it? Then does it mean that $\lim_{{x}\to{-\infty}}f(x)$ would also have to approach 0 in order for the integral to converge during the entire

MermaidWonders Today, 18:35

#### Re: Integrals and Limits

Conceptually an integral corresponds to the area under a graph.
If that graph extends to infinity, the height of the graph must approach zero,

I like Serena Today, 18:27

#### Re: Integrals and Limits

Yeah, sure. I'll just plant this "rule" into my brain for now and then see if I can understand it better conceptually once we do learn more

MermaidWonders Today, 18:20