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The Lord of the Picture Part I: Everything You Wanted to Know About Photos & Collage



People use pictures for everything, including sprucing their websites. As the old saying goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Thankfully in our case you don’t have to write and put into collage 1,000 words before you can put a picture in. This guide will not only walk you through how to get your photo optimized and uploaded into Collage, but will also explain the University’s policy on photos – “Why can I have only three photos per page?” and much more.

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First of all let’s start with some ground rules. The University’s Graphic Standards Policy can be found here, including logos and power point backgrounds available for download.
There’s also a CMS FAQ with photo information.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Adding pictures and graphics to your website is encouraged. Clip art, while good for blogs and other informal communications, is not allowed on web pages.

  • Only three pictures are allowed per page (with some rare exceptions). The main reason for this is that the more photos on a page, the longer it takes to load, and it has been determined that three photos is the optimal amount for a quick load.

  • If you have more than three photos you’d like to include, an on-line gallery can be created here. Please contact a member of the Web Content Team via e-mail at 978-934-3875 to set up one of these.

  • Photos can be hand-delivered on a CD, disk, flash drive, etc., to the Public Affairs Office in Cumnock C-7. You can also upload and send them to us via the Dropbox.

  • On some occasions photos can also me e-mailed to the Web Content Team. Please contact a member of the Web Content Team (e-mail: webcontent@uml.edu) at 978-934-3875 to discuss your options.

  • For the Web photos should be 72 dpi, 200 pixels wide, optimized for web, saved as .jpg. There’s one exception – bio (Faculty and Staff) photos should be 72 dpi, 160 pixels wide for the image on individual bio page, 64 pixels wide for the thumbnail on the faculty listing page, optimized for web, and saved as .jpg
So how do you re-size your photos and optimize them? Please read Part II of this blog trilogy for how to use Photoshop to do so. You can also read Part III for a  step by step guide on how to upload a photo into Collage.
 

thering.jpgThe Lord of the Picture Part II: Using Photoshop

Earlier we covered the University's policy on photos, how many and what size and much more. Part three of this trilogy explains how to upload your photos into Collage.

So how do you re-size your photos and optimize them? It depends on what program(s) you have. We use Photoshop, but you are welcome to try another program. If you don?t have Photoshop or a similar program you can contact us, or upload the images in a task in Collage and then we will re-size them after the fact. If so skip ahead to part 3. If you have Photoshop, you can read this blog entry on how to re-size, etc. images.

Using Photoshop

1.    Open the photo in Photoshop – right click on the photo and select Open With and then the program you wish to open it with – in this case Photoshop.
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2.    Left click on Image in the top menu, and then select Resize and Image Size.
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3.    In the pop-up window, make sure that Scale Styles, and Constrain Proportions are checked. Then change the resolution to 72. Chances are this will change the width and height.
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4.    Once you’ve changed the resolution, change the width to 200 (or 160 for a Bio picture) and hit ok. This should also change the height. In this case the picture is a perfect square – so the width and height match. This will not always be the case.
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5.    Once you hit ok, the photo should shrink down.
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6.    Now click on File and then Save for Web.
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7.    In the pop up window, make sure the images look fine and that the Quality is set to 50. Then hit ok.
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8.    In the pop up window, select the destination you wish to save the picture to (I like to save it to the Desktop to make it easy to find) and name it.
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9.    Now repeat this process for any other photos you wish to upload. For a bio thumbnail go up to step #4 and change the width to 64, and then repeat the steps that follow it – saving it with a different name so you can tell the smaller from the bigger image.
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Photoshop Elements is a fairly inexpensive product (around $50) that is perfect for tasks like optimizing photos. If you do not have Photoshop or another photo software please contact a member of the Web Content Team (email: webcontent@uml.edu) at 978-934-3875 to discuss your options. Again: you can also upload the original photos in a task and we will re-size them after the fact.




thering.jpgThe Lord of the Picture Part III: Uploading Photos In Collage

Earlier we covered the University's policy on photos, how many and what size and much more. Part two of this trilogy explains how to re-size and optimize photos using Photoshop.

O.k. so now that you’ve got the image sized and optimized correctly, its time to upload it in Collage. This step by step guide will help you do just that.

1.    Create a new task. If you’re fuzzy on how to do this please follow the directions in this blog entry.

2.    Once you’ve created the task and opened it - Go into Overview in your task, Select the page you want to add the picture on and click on the file name. In this example we’re using a Student Affairs Veterans task.

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 3. For example let’s use the Resources page. Once inside the editor, put your mouse cursor where you want to add the picture and click on image.
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4. You’ll get a pop-up window that looks something like this . Click on the little plus sign next to the images folder to see all of the folders.
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5. Please keep in mind you may see a lot less folders than I do depending on your permissions. Use the arrows to get down to the folder the pictures are in that you want to use.
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6. In this case it’s the Veterans folder. Click on the blue name of that folder. This is the folder where the images will live later in Collage – in case you ever want to use them again.
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7. You’ll then see the contents of that folder – in this case all of the images in the Veterans folder.
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8. Select the photo you want by clicking on the little square to the left of the file name.

9. Remember: for photos other than Faculty Bios, the largest you can have is a width of 200, or 160 for a bio photo. Also make sure that the Constrain Proportions box is checked. You’ll also need to fill out the Alt: space with a caption of what the photo (is).

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10. You can also select an alignment and put in padding for horizontal and vertical if you want to have text wrap around the (photo).
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11. If you’re uploading a new photo – follow these same steps, but once you get to the folder you want to put it into – select the new photo button –
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12. You’ll get a pop up window – hit browse.
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13. Find where you saved the photos too (I always put them on my desktop to make it easiest to find) and click on the file and then hit open.
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14. Then hit Ok to upload the image.
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15. It will add it to the folder, and you’ll need to fill out all of the boxes, including width, alt etc. When you’re done hit ok and the image should appear on your page.
 
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16. Make any more edits to the pages in your task, save them and mark the task done. For help on how to mark a task done please go to step #11 in this blog entry.

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As the old saying goes, life isn't just black and white; there are shades of grey. Well in Collage there are more than just shades of grey, but shades of color that can be used in various places, including in a table. Here are some easy steps on how to spice up the tables on your pages with a little splash of color!


1. Sign into Collage and create a new task. If you are fuzzy on how to do this then please follow the steps in this blog entry.

2. Once you've created the task, go into your Collage Inbox by selecting Home and Inbox. Then select the task you've just created and click on the blue name of it to open the task -  listed under task name, under Current Tasks and Notifications.

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3. Open the page you want to edit. If you did not already add the page to this task you’ll need to do so now.  If you need help with this try this blog entry.


4. Once you’ve added any pages you wish to edit, click on overview and then select the file you wish to edit from the Assets box by clicking on the file name highlighted in blue.

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5. Inside the page you’ve selected to edit, click on the line inside the table you want to change the color of and click on table. In this example, it’s the Arts & Ideas events calendar.

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6. Select Edit table or cell settings – I prefer just to go straight to cell settings as it saves a step. If you want to edit the background color for the entire table click on edit table, other wise select cell settings to change the color of each cell (line). For changing a specific cell skip down to #9.

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6a. A pop-up window will open for editing the table. Notice the color listed in Background.

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7. Click on the square with "" in it:

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8. Select the color you want and hit o.k.

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9. Not sure which shade the color is? Then you might want to consider editing the table via the Cell Settings. Go into a row that has the color you want to change another row to and follow the same directions as above with clicking on table. Instead of selecting Edit Table, select Cell Settings.

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9a. In the pop-up window, notice the letter code listed in Background.

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10. You can then copy and paste that letter code into the same space on another cell to produce the same color – rather than going through the process and picking the color from the color palette as we did above.

Just highlight the code with your mouse, copy it. Then select the cell (row/line etc.) that you want to change color and follow steps 9 and 9a again.

10a. Except this time the Background in the Cell Attributes window should be empty. Paste the letter code in there and hit o.k.

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11. Now make any other edits or changes you need to make to the page and mark the task done - sending it down the line for approval. There are two ways to mark your part of the task done - see the images below:


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The END.



Do you Google? How about Yahoo!? Perhaps your thing is Bing? These names of internet search engines have become common place in today's world. Did you know we have a UMass Lowell search engine too? Look on the homepage under Search UMass Lowell. Well the engine that drives our search engine is called Metadata. So whether you're wondering 'Where's Waldo?' or 'where are directions to M2D2?' the metadata is what enables the search to find what you're looking for, among other things. 


I’m going to cover adding metadata in three different types of files: a regular page, a news story and a faculty-staff bio. Metadata is required in every new page you create, and should be added to any pages with which you are responsible for editing. It is easiest to work on your metadata after making all of your edits to whatever page (asset) you're working on.

I’m going to assume you already know how to create a new task, open it and then click on a file to edit it. If not please go to this blog entry – and follow steps 5 through 14.


Adding Metadata to a regular web page.


1. Inside your new task click on the page you wish to edit (and add the metadata) by clicking on the highlighted blue file name – in this example it’s the default page for SLICE.

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2. Your typical edit window will open (please keep in mind it may look a little different than mine). Click on the Metadata tab two spots to the right of Save.

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3. A pop-up window will open. Some of these fields may be already filled out when you created the new page (sometimes the Name and Description). If not then please fill out these fields.
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4. Leave the Start date and Expiration date blank unless you wish for the page to go up at a certain time and come down – this is usually used on things like job postings or calendar events. If you do wish to do this – select the appropriate date from the drop down menu.

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5. Please ignore the Flash banner and index file drop down menu.

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6. Select your department from the drop-down menu. If your department is not listed here – please e-mail webcontent@uml.edu and request that it be added.
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7. Type in your Browser Title – this is what you want the top of the webpage to say on the live website.

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8. Type in your keywords separated by commas. Think like a person searching for this page or your department. Type in any word that you might consider typing into a search engine to find your page or department. For example, you can type in several variations on even UMass Lowell, University of Massachusetts Lowell, UML, etc.

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9. When you’re done hit o.k. You’ll get a window that says Metadata applied – again hit o.k.
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10. Now finish any edits you need to the page, mark it done and send it along for approval.
 
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Adding Metadata to a News Box Story.


Many departments have news boxes on their sites. To learn more about that – please read this blog entry: http://blog.uml.edu/cms/2010/02/updating-stories-in-a-news-box.html.

1.    The metadata box for a news-box story is similar to that of a regular page. Once you’ve finished editing your story and have saved it, click on the Metadata tab (similar to step #2 above).

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2.    A pop-up window will open. Some of these fields may be already filled out when you created the new page (sometimes the Name and Description). If not then please fill out these fields.
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3.    Leave the Start date and Expiration date blank unless you want the page to go up at a certain time and come down (this is usually used on things like job postings or calendar events). If you do wish to do this – select the appropriate date from the drop-down menu.
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4.    Type in your Browser Title – this is what you want the top of the web page to say on the live website.
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5.    Select your department from the department list. You can scroll down using your mouse, or use the up and down arrow keys on your keyboard. If your department is not listed here, please e-mail webcontent@uml.edu and request that it be added.
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6.    Type in your keywords separated by commas. Think like a person searching for this page or your department. Type in any word that you might consider typing into a search engine to find this. For example, you can type in several variations on UMass Lowell, University of Massachusetts Lowell, UML, etc.
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7.    Select your department from the drop-down menu. Again, if your department is not listed on this list – please e-mail webcontent@uml.edu and request that it be added.
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8. Please ignore the Data Published and HomePage fields.
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9. When you’re done hit o.k. You’ll get a window that says Metadata applied – again hit o.k.
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10. Now finish any edits you need to the page, mark it done and send it along for approval.
 
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Adding Metadata to a Faculty/Staff Bio
Does your Department have standard Faculty/Staff bios set up? If so then here’s how to add the metadata to those files. Please keep in mind these types of files can be very slow to load – even for us – so please be patient.

1.    The metadata for a Faculty/Staff bio is also similar to that of a regular page. Once you’ve finished editing your story and have saved it again click on the Metadata tab (similar to step #2 above.)
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2.    If you’ve ever created a new faculty/staff bio, then you’ve probably seen this already – because the person’s Lastname is required before the new bio can be marked as done. (Notice how the red exclamation point becomes a green check mark after a name is added).


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3.    As before, the name and description may have already been added when this file was created – if not then please add that information now.
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4.    Leave the Start date and Expiration date blank unless you wish for the page to go up at a certain time and come down – this is usually used on things like job postings or calendar events. If you do wish to do this – select the appropriate date from the drop down menu.
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5.    Type in your Browser Title – this is what you want the top of the web page to say on the live website.

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6.    Type in your keywords separated by commas. Think like a person searching for this page or your department. Type in any word that you might consider typing into a search engine to find this. For example, you can type in several variations on even UMass Lowell, University of Massachusetts Lowell, UML, etc.

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7.    Select your department from the drop-down menu. If your department is not listed here – please email webcontent@uml.edu and request that it be added.
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8.    Last but not least select the Display order. This is the order that all of the bios will be displayed in. So for example, if you want your Department Chair to be first – make sure that number is lower than everyone’s in the metadata on their bios. Otherwise they default to an alphabetical listing.
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9.    When you’re done hit o.k. You’ll get a window that says Metadata applied – again hit o.k.
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10.  Now finish any more edits you need to make to the page, mark it done and send it along for approval.


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Voila! You're done.
Is your Collage not working right? It’s easy to get frustrated, this happens to all of us. Take a few deep breaths and then try these steps; if they don’t work then we’ll (hopefully) come to your rescue. You might consider these the “Usual Suspects” when it comes to problems with Collage. This is Part 2; for Java, Active X Controls and Pop-up Blockers check out Part 1.

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1. There are pop-up blockers inside many toolbars as well.
Google, Yahoo, and Bing are three of the most popular toolbars that are added to your internet browser. You may have added these without even knowing. They’re often included in the “fine print” of something you’re signing up for, and if you don’t un-check the box, they’re added automatically. They often appear with the company's logo and some sort of horizontal bar just above the space where you see the website. Notice in this version of Internet Explorer the Bing toolbar doesn't show up like Yahoo and Google's - more on that later.


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2. You can check to see which toolbars you have added by right clicking on an empty space on your browser – in this example the space above the Google toolbar.

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2a. You’ll be given a list of what’s enabled on Internet Explorer – as you can see Google, Yahoo and Bing’s toolbars are all listed and checked – meaning they’re enabled.

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3. Let’s start with turning off the pop-up blocker in the Google Toolbar in Internet Explorer.
a. Right mouse click on an empty part of the Google Toolbar.
b. From the menu select Google Toolbar Option…
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c. From the Toolbar Options window select Tools
d. Then un-check the Pop-up blocker and hit save.
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4. Yahoo explains how to un-block pop-ups from its own toolbar far better than I can – follow this link and read the image below to do so.

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5. As for the MSN/Bing toolbar – I can’t find any documentation about its pop-up blocker – and as you can see from these pictures it doesn’t even show up normally in Internet Explorer (as opposed to Firefox where the Bing logo is displayed prominently – see below). Using Firefox, the pop-up blocker settings for the Bing Bar link to your browser settings - so as long as you've fixed that you should be all set.

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Here's what the Bing Toolbar looks like in Firefox:
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6. So if you have this installed its best to just get rid of the Bing toolbar:
a.    Click on the little “X” to the left of the toolbar.
b.    From the Disable Add-on window select everything you’d like to disable and click Disable.
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7. You can also do this for Google and Yahoo:

a. Click on the little “X” to the left of their respective toolbars.
b. For Google choose whether to Disable the toolbar permanently or not and then hit Ok.
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7c. For Yahoo make your choices from the similar window and select Disable.
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8. You can also remove them all at once by clicking on Tools, and then Manage Add-ons from the drop down menu.
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8a. In the new window, select Toolbars and Extensions and you’ll get this big list of programs listed alphabetically.
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8b. Find the appropriate toolbar from the list – in this case Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft and click on all the toolbars etc. names you wish to disable and select Disable all.
 
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9. Dealing with all of these toolbars in Firefox is pretty similar. Here’s what the various toolbars look like in Firefox. The big difference being the appearance of the bing toolbar that we discussed earlier.
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10. Again - you can check to see which toolbars you have added by right clicking on an empty space on your browser – in this example the space to the right of the word “help”. You’ll be given a list of what’s enabled on Firefox – as you can see Google, Yahoo and Bing’s toolbars are all listed and checked – meaning they’re enabled.

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11. Some good news: it appears that the pop-up blocker is not included in the Google toolbar for Firefox. To see for yourself, follow step #3 on how we shut it off for Internet Explorer (it’s the exact same process). However when you get to the Tools section – the pop-up blocker is no where to be found.

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12. Yahoo is similar to Internet Explorer as well - please see step #4.

13. Bing's options link to that of Firefox. So as long as you completed the steps in step #5 in The Usual Suspects Part 1 you should be all set.

14. You of course can also remove them by once again “Managing the Add-ons” just as we did for Internet Explorer in step #8.

a.    Click on Tools, and then options from the drop down menu.

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14b.  In the new Options window, select General and then click on Manage Add-ons.
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14c. Select "Extensions" and then find the appropriate toolbar from the list – in this case Google, Yahoo, and Bing and select Disable or Uninstall (or one then the other). Unfortunately you have to do these one at a time.
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15. Are you having problems uploading? Whether it be pdf's, word doc's, images or more some browsers work better than others. Most versions of Firefox allow you to go through all the steps of uploading and then nothing appears in the folder you've chosen to upload to. If this is the case - try Internet Explorer and you should be able to upload.

16. There is one exception: If you're using Internet Explorer Version 8 or up, you'll need to add Collage to the "Trusted Sites" in order to upload. However you may need to be an Administrator to do this. If so you'll need to call the I.T. Help desk at ext. 4357 (HELP).

16a. Click on Tools.
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16b. From the drop-down menu select Internet Options.
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16c. From the new Internet Options window click on the Security tab.
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16d. Then click on Trusted Sites and then the Sites button. Notice it says here some settings are managed by your system administrator.
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16e. Uncheck "Require Server verfication (https:) and add http://collage.uml.edu to the list of trusted sites. It should show up in the Websites list. Then close the window.
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16f. If you do not have permission to do this the Trusted sites window will be grayed out and you won't be able to type there. If this is the case please call the I.T. Help Desk (ext. 4357 - HELP) and request this to be done.
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17. If none of those solutions does the trick, there may be another program on your computer that's not playing nice with Collage.

Has anything been installed since the last time Collage worked correctly for you? What’s changed in between? Do you have AIM (AOL Instant Messenger) or anything like that on the computer? It could be one of these types of programs that are gumming up the works.

You can try removing these programs, or try another computer that doesn’t have these on it and see if it makes a difference.

18. If none of these steps to correct the “Usual Suspects” work, we may have to make a house call. Please contact the Web Content and Web Services teams at webcontent@uml.edu or call our helpline at 978-934-3875.

Please be as specific and detailed as possible when explaining your problem – and include some screenshots if possible.

You can give us your log-in and password over the phone and we can try logging in on one of our computers to see if we have a similar problem (if not it’s definitely something on your computer) or we can come for a visit and take a look at your computer in person.

For how to update your Java, Active X Controls and Pop-up Blockers please check out The Usual Suspects Part 1.







Is your Collage not working right? It’s easy to get frustrated, this happens to all of us. Take a few deep breaths and then try these steps; if they don’t work then we’ll (hopefully) come to your rescue. You might consider these the “Usual Suspects” when it comes to problems with Collage. This is Part 1; for the tools to solving the toolbar crisis (and more) please  go to The Usual Suspects - Part 2.

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1. The problem could be your Java. Unfortunately Collage works best on, let’s say an “older version” of Java. To make matters even more fun – your Java is one of the things your computer may be set up to automatically update. So if you’re having problems try installing this: http://www.uml.edu/public_affairs/webservices/Java_Instructions.html

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Another link you can try is this: http://www.uml.edu/java

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1a. Follow the instructions and then re-start the computer and re-log into Collage.

2.    Is there an “Active X Control” or some sort of other message you get when you first log into Collage?

You probably think nothing of it and just X it out? It may appear as a pop up window or an extra line or something at the top of your screen. If so accept/install it instead - this may clear up your Collage problems. Don’t worry about doing this – if worse comes to worse we can roll back your computer to before you did this step. Learn more about Active X Controls.

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3. What Browser are you using? Internet Explorer 6 and 8, and the current version of Firefox all work for Collage. However Safari, Google Chrome and more do not. Download the latest versions of Internet Explorer or Firefox.


4. Make sure the pop-up blocker is off. Keep in mind there may be more than one pop-up blocker, so make sure to check that it is off on both your internet browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox etc.) and well as any toolbars you may have installed (Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc.)


5. Here's how to turn off the pop-up blocker:
If you’re using Firefox:
a. Click on tools.
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b. From the drop down menu select Options.
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c. Click on Content.
d. You can either un-check the Block pop-up windows or click on Exceptions.
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e. Notice that “Block pop-up windows is checked. (If its not checked then you’re pop up blocker is already turned off).
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f. If you chose to click on Exception then you’ll get a new pop-up window.
g. In it you’ll need to type in the web address for Collage – collage.uml.edu and then hit Allow. If Collage has already been added to this list you’ll see it in the list below.
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h. Once you’re done hit OK on the Options window.
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6.    If you’re using Internet Explorer:
a.    Click on Tools.
b.    From the drop-down menu, select Pop-Up Blocker and then Turn off Pop-Up Blocker.
c.    If you’re Pop-Up Blocker is already turned off this will say Turn On Pop-Up Blocker.
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d.    Another option is to select Pop-up Blocker Settings.
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e. Then you’ll need to type in Collage’s web address into the exceptions space, and hit add and then close.
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f.    Notice that once you hit add the address will appear in the list below.

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For the tools to solving the toolbar crisis (and more) please go to The Usual Suspects - Part 2.

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