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Contribute Connection Setting

Note: Before making a connection make sure you are a authorized content contributor to the website. To become a content contributor contact your department's website administrator. If you site is not configured to use Contribute contact Computer Services Help Desk

If you are a web site adminsitrator and the web site in question has already been setup to use Contribute by someone in your department or by a Computer Services Consultant please follow these instructions to make a connection to your web site.

1.
Open Contribute and enter "connect:develop.temple.edu" without the quotes in the address bar and please enter.

Screen 1

2.
When prompted, enter your Accessnet ID and password. Check the box where it says "Trust this server" and click OK. If you do not see the "Trust this server" check box, just enter your login information and click ok.

Password Screen

3.
On successful login you will see all the websites you have access to under "Begin editing my websites".

Screen 2

4.
Click on the website you want to edit and start browsing, edititng and publishing your website.


Please Note: All edits will be done directly on Temple's development server. To make your site live use the
File Transfer Utility. Only a website Administrator can use the File Transfer Utility to make the site live.

 



      


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