Site configuration

Your portal is delivered with landing pages and content pages that your organization specified at the time of implementation. As a content administrator, you can configure but not edit landing pages, and you can add, edit and remove content pages.

Here is an overview of the way these basic elements work together. Imagine that you are configuring a site from scratch. This is the general process that you would follow:

  • You can add new content pages if your site requires new pages in addition to the pre-built content pages. If you add new pages, you must name them. When you have finished this step, you will have created and named new content pages.
  • For any content page that you added you must specify the user groups that have access to the page. Only users who are members of the groups that you specify can view the page when it has been published. Users who do not have access will not see the page or any links to it.
  • For any content page that you add, you must a meta tag so that links to the page are displayed on the appropriate landing page and on secondary page locations. For example, a content page that has content about a benefits topic is mapped to the Benefits landing page in the section of your choice. When the new content page is mapped to the landing page, a link to the content page is displayed in the section that you specify.
  • If you have a non-single-sign-on integration and your site includes links to outside sites, including other HR Information Systems, you must add these links using a special document in the system. When you add a "deep link" to the special document, you can maintain that link at the source, not in the multiple pages on your site where the link appears.