Uploading PDFs or Image
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Contributors can insert images and link to files such as a PDF, when creating content for a page. An approver must upload these files before they are available for use. Images are stored in a folder called images and documents (e.g., PDF files) are stored in a folder called "docs" or "documents". Both of these folders can be found one level below the top in the directory structure or in the individual subdirectories, depending on the file structure setup.
Follow these directions to upload files in OU Campus:
- From the content tab, navigate to either the images or documents folder.Note: Images are stored in a folder called images and documents (e.g., PDF files) are stored in a folder called docs. Both of these folders can be found one level below the top in the directory structure or in the individual subdirectories, depending on your file structure setup.
- Click the upload link in the top-right of the page.
- The upload window is displayed. By default "(Inherit Existing)" should be selected, if it not selected choose it from the dropdown. The upload will inherit the access group assigned to the folder.
- Click the add files button for opening the OmniBrowser pop up window.
- Select the files you want to upload and click the open button.
- Repeat steps three through five until all of the desired files have been selected.
- Click the start upload button.
- The file(s) is (are) uploaded to the server in the documents or images folder.
9. Before you use the image or document on your site, you must publish it. Hover over the document in the list. The line will turn grey and options will appear to the right. Click publish.
10. A second window will pop up. Choose publish again. Now your document or image is ready for use on your page.