You should become familiar with the UW-River Falls style policies and guidelines which are determined by the university communications department. The style guide includes information on formatting and usage which helps us maintain consistency throughout our Web and printed pages.
Items to note:
See the guide for capitalization and other usage rules.
Academic information in the catalog, policy information, and information "owned" by a department should not be copied and pasted to your subsite. It is recommended that you simply provide a link to the information. Duplicated information that was copy/pasted may result in two different versions of the content if the original gets updated but the copy does not.
A good way to check for existing content is to use the Google search UWRF field.
There are ways to display the information (XML Reader Element) on your page if it is necessary to include it there. You need to request access to use this element.
Authoring is not supported in IE 11.
Images may be viewable in authoring but not in the regular published view of the page. This happens because the image size is not defined. It was most likely to occur previously in the Image Cycle but now may be an issue with images inside table cells. The remedy.
If a page was moved from one site to another (such as from the main subsite to a child site) prior to the upgrade (11/1/13), the links on that page may be broken. The remedy.
XML Readers on pages that were moved into a child site may not contain the correct URL. Remedy: Adding the child site to the URL data fixes the issue.