getting started with adobe experience manager - aem v.6
PLEASE NOTE: AEM allows web editors to view (but not edit) all the pages in the BC site. While this allows for easy linking, remember that the content you're creating can be seen (but not edited) by anyone logged into AEM.
Log in at wps.bc.edu:
- Enter your BC (Portal) username and password.
(NOTE: if you are off-campus you need to first log into Eagle VPN. Instructions on how to set up Eagle VPN are at www.bc.edu/vpn.)
AEM Problems or Questions? Please email any AEM support requests, problems or questions to email@example.com.
- Once you’ve logged in you should see this screen below.
- Click on the Web Sites (globe) icon on the far left.
This brings up the Site Admin page.
Icons in the Top Toolbar
Site Admin Icon
The site admin screen is where you’ll navigate through your web pages and open them for editing as well as copy, delete and activate your pages.
Digital Asset Manager
This is where your images, PDFs and other digital files are stored.
Site Development Icons
These tools are used by the BC development team to manage the CMS. You shouldn’t need to access these areas of CQ.
In the Site Admin window, click on your username icon on the upper right hand side of the screen and select Properties in the dropdown menu.
In the resulting dialouge box, select Single Window for Windows Management.