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Log in to Cascade Video Transcript

In this lesson we're gonna learn how to login to Cascade, our content management system. There are two ways to login to Cascade - one is to log in to your website, the other is to log into a specific webpage.
So the first one we're going to do is just to login to your website, so when you open your browser um, I prefer Firefox, you can use Firefox or Chrome, in the address bar at the top you wanna type in press ENTER; and this should bring up the Cascade server login box here you type in your username and password, same credentials that you would use to login to your computer or your email; and then this takes me to the web training website dashboard or work area and so now you have logged in to a website.
So let's log off here and now let's go to our website and I'm gonna go to our web training website to the student one web page because I know I wanna make edits to this page, so here I am, and I'm going to scroll all the way to the bottom and I'm gonna look for the copyright symbol that's at the bottom in the left. And if you hover your mouse over that copyright symbol you'll see it turn to a hand; when you do, click on it and it brings you to that Cascade server login window again type in your same credentials that you use to log into the computer and now the difference is you'll see you're actually in edit mode because this is highlighted up here (pointing to the Edit tab, that is highlighted) and you're looking at the data definition and you're ready to start making edits to a page. So now you know how to log into Cascade, either to your website or to a specific page and be ready to start making edits.

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