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Web Editing with LiveWhale

LiveWhale is the software we use to maintain and edit And it’s easy! Here’s how it works.


Access to edit sections of the MMC website can be obtained through special request. The approval of a department head (faculty) or supervising director (staff), as well as the approval of the VP for Institutional Advancement, is required for this request. Staff is available for training, troubleshooting, or questions. Please use the Web Request Form if you would like to request editing access.

Logging In

From any page, click “Editor Login” in the lower-right corner. This will bring you to the LiveWhale login screen, where you can login using your normal MMC ID (i.e., your email address without “”) and password.

Editing Pages

Once logged in, you will see a LiveWhale toolbar on the top of every page of If you have access to edit that page, you’ll see a yellow “Edit Page” button in the upper-left corner. Click it and a WYSIWIG toolbar will appear, allowing you to edit text, add links, add images, and more.

Detailed guides are available from the LiveWhale Support Center.

After editing your page, click “Save and publish” in the upper-right if you want to save your changes to the live site. Or, click “Save draft” to save your changes in a hidden draft.

Tip: When editing text, press Enter to start a new paragraph. (Don’t press Enter twice; that’s too much space!) For a single line-break—like in an address—press Shift-Enter.

Managing Other Content

Not everything on your page is accessible through the Edit Page button. Some examples include news stories, events, tabbed/drop-down menus, or faculty/staff/student profiles.

To edit any of these, click “Dashboard” in the upper-right when you’re logged in, then the corresponding menu item.

Have other questions? Curious about what you can do with LiveWhale? Would you like to setup a LiveWhale training session? Feel free to get in touch using the Web Request Form.