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This page contains basic Blackboard How-To videos selected to help you navigate through your webpages. Click on any video below to begin.
Prepare for NEW District/School Websites: Phase 1
The District plans to launch new websites for schools in the coming months. Many files have been added to our websites dating back to 2003. It is the responsibility of the Principal and Department editor to ensure that old files are removed from the website and/or updated. Please take some time to go through the files and folders in site manager and remove any documents that are no longer useful for your website. Please have your editor complete Phase 1: Clean Up by March 15, 2019.
How to delete content from the website using the Files & Folders tool
Each Site, Subsite, Channel, and Section Workspace has one dedicated Files & Folders area. Users with editing privileges to a workspace have access to its Files & Folders. You can access Files & Folders two different ways, on the Tools tab or by selecting Files & Folders in Common Tools.
- Log into the website and open Site Manager. Select Files & Folders to the right of your screen under common tools to open the files in a new window.
- In the Files & Folder window, click on the word Modified to sort the files from oldest - newest.
- Under Actions, select More to view the action options. Choose the last option to delete the file.
- FIND MORE FILES: There may be more documents in sub-folders. To the left of the Files & Folders screen, click the site files arrow to view more files. Repeat steps 1-3 to delete old documents.
NOTE: Current web pages may include links to the old documents. Once the documents are removed from the files and folders section, the link will break. Remember to go through your web pages and remove any broken links.
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