CMS Training

Path Structure

Path Structure

Creating a network diagram is fairly straight forward. A network diagram is simply a map defining where your links lead. Below are two simple examples of how you might construct a path. In the CMS Advanced Skills Workshop, the instructor will show you step-by-step how to take your vision and make it a reality.

Examples

Faculty>Math>Grade Nine>John Smith, Teacher

This shows a path from a page called faculty, to the math department page, to a page for ninth grade, and finally to a teacher in that grade.

Here is another example:

Student Pages>art projects>paintings>picture

Here the path starts with student pages and moves to a page called art projects that has a thumbnail painting. When you click the thumbnail, the picture (saved as a jpg) is displayed in a larger size.