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The SilverStripe system is continually changing, but I try to do my best to keep the instructions current. Most of the general instructions are modified directly from the SilverStripe website, but they omit just enough or add just too much [that isn't relative to our needs here]... so I wanted to provide something a bit more precise for my clients.

That said, you may notice some images that don't reflect the current buttons or link locations in a page. As long as the images still indicate the correct information (minus the details), I am leaving them until I can get a chance to change them.

If you notice anything I've missed or something I've incorrectly covered here, please contact me to let me know.

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21 Jul 2017
CMS Overview
CMS Access To access the SilverStripe CMS, you need a username and password. Usernames and passwords can only be given by the site's administrator.
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21 Jul 2017
Files - Working with Images and Documents
Inserting images There are two ways to upload images: on-the-fly (while you're editing a page[#inserting-uploaded-images]), or in the *Files* (File Management) Section. For the sake of organization, it is suggested that you upload files to the *Files* section of the CMS before adding them to a page or section.
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21 Jul 2017
Settings Section (CMS)
All global (non-page-specific) settings are established in the Settings section of the Content Management System (CMS). Access to the Settings and its different sections is based on the specific build of your website.
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Social Media Guidelines for Physicians
5 Mar 2017
Social Media Guidelines for Physicians
Physician Practice Social Marketing Strategies According to a study highlighted by the American Academy of Family Physicians' (AAFP) social media guide, more than 70 percent of primary-care physicians and oncologists use social media at least once a month to explore or contribute health information. Whether you're trying to unveil important health messages or promote your practice's cutting-edge services, taking a strategic approach to social media means going beyond posting a holiday greeting on your practice's Facebook page.
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Even if the new website has been up for a few days, search engines (Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc) have to crawl it to index the new information. So, for some time after the new website goes live, you may see cached info from the last time search engines indexed your OLD website.  It will eventually re-index the new website on its own, but there are a few things we can do to try to speed it up

  1. Contact me to submit your updated website to search engines to try to speed up the process
  2. Follow the instructions for submitting your website to search engines on your own.