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Enable Website Builder Tool

Authorized individuals can enable the Website Builder tool, allowing users within the district to create their own public website for communication with parents and students.

REQUIRED ROLE: District Content Admin

SITE ACCESS: System Management > Tools Administration

 

To turn the tool on or off, click on the System Management drop-down in the site's main navigation menu and select the Tools Administration option.

opened system management navigation menu with an arrow pointing to the tools administration option

 

For the Website Builder listing, click the toggle button to turn the tool ON or OFF

the website builder row with its associated on and off toggle switch and an arrow pointing to the on indicator

When this tool is turned on, district users can access the Website Builder within the Tools navigation menu.

opened tools navigation menu with an arrow pointing to the website builder option

 

The first time users access the tool, they will have to agree to the Terms of Use by clicking the I Agree to the Terms of Use button. The terms can be viewed first by clicking the Terms of Use link.

the terms of use window explaining that users must agree to the terms in order to utilize the website builder with an arrow pointing to the I agree button

 

After doing so, district users can then create their own websites using the tool. 

the main page of the website builder tool with a tab for each section and a list of folders for a sample user's website pages

 

To turn access to the Website Builder off, click the OFF button. 

the website builder row with its associated on and off toggle switch and an arrow pointing to the off indicator

This means users will be denied access to the Website Builder when selecting this option within the Tools drop-down menu. This also means that all websites previously created and enabled by users will be disabled and inaccessible

opened tools navigation menu with an arrow pointing to the website builder option

the notification message users see when attempting to access a component that has been turned off by the district admin

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