Publish Changes

Ensure that you have published the change to your webfeature.  If there is a change pending in that web feature, its icon in the site structure will show with an exclamation mark.


  • If you have published the change, but it still does not show, note that changes may take up to 5 minutes to apply. If more than 5 minutes have passed, you may consider clearing your browser cache. Note: We provide links to third-party websites in an effort to help you resolve your issue. We are not responsible for the information on third-party websites and we cannot assist with implementing resolutions from these websites.
Confirm the webfeature you are editing matches to the page you are visiting
Web features are identified by their Bin Index, which is found in that feature's URL. 
  1. Confirm the URL of your page
    1. Navigate to the page you are wanting to edit in your browser
    2. Note the URL of the page, for example,
    3. The section of this address after /b. is the Bin index.  In this case the Bin Index for the page is 8085047.
  2. Locate the webfeature in the CMS (Starting point editing the CMS)
    1. From the Home tab, select the Locate/Search subtab
    2. Search over Web Pages with Search Criteria Bin Index
    3. Enter the bin id you found in Step 1c
    4. Click Go
    5. When the results are returned, hover over the Title and click Edit
    6. Make necessary changes and save and publish as needed

Content Library
If you are editing content within a webfeature, confirm the content hasn't been deleted. Deleted content will not publish changes. 
  1. Confirm the content name
    1. After editing the CMS, navigate to Content Management>Site Structure
    2. Locate and open the webfeature you want to edit
    3. Click the Content tab
    4. Note the Title
  2. Locate the content within the library
    1. Navigate to Content Management>Content Library
    2. Expand the folders until you find the Title of your desired content
    3. Does the content have a strikethrough? 
      • If the content has a strikethrough, this means it was submitted to be deleted and it's changes cannot be published to be live on the webpage. You will need to create new content. 
    4. Does the content display and not have a strikethrough, or does it have a Checkmark indicating it's ready for review?
      1. Click the content to open it and and inspect the Body tab to review it's current content
      2. Make any changes if needed, then mark the box to Publish and click Update
      3. Alternatively, you may mark the box next to the content and click Publish