The UH Web Site uses a Content Management System (CMS) called Cascade CMS, which is maintained by Web Technologies' CMS Team, a part of Technology Services and Support within UIT. UH Marketing and Branding develop the designs and templates that are used within the Cascade CMS to establish and support a shared look, feel, and functionality for University of Houston websites.
Trainings on how to access and use the CMS (CMS Basics Training) are offered on a monthly basis. To be included in the rolling invite list, please contact either Matthew Castillo or Patty Schwerin. Individuals will kept on the rolling invite list for a calendar year, or until training needs have been otherwise addressed.
Please inquire about the next CMS Basics training – expected: mid-October, 2017; not yet scheduled. See also: General Information about the CMS Basics Training.
Cascade CMS (formerly Cascade Server) has been updated to version 8; see CMS Resources below to find more information about the Cascade version 8 CMS.
For more information
To get more information about using or gaining access to the UH CMS:
Contact the Web Services CMS Team
Matthew Castillo, UH Web Services Administrator
Ryan Reynolds, CMS Application Administrator
Patty Schwerin, CMS Training
Dominic Johnson, Quality Assurance
Contact the Web Marketing Team
Deana Kreitz, Web Communications Director
CMS & Web Site Resources
University of Houston Web Accessibility Standards
Web Marketing Team CMS pages
CMS Team How To pages
UH Style Guidelines
UH Policies, Standards, and Guidelines
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Hannon Hill and Cascade CMS
The Cascade Content Management System used at the University of Houston was created by a company called Hannon Hill. Peruse the Hannon Hill Knowledge Base.
The University of Houston's Cascade Server application was updated to version 8.3 on Friday March 24, 2017.
Hannon Hill's site: