This is a Test Press Release

F6.8.1 Press Release display page
6.8.1.1 Scenario: A potential student views the Press Release display page
Given that I am on the ECPI website
When I point my browser to the path /press
Then I can see the recent press release content items
and they are displayed in descending order by the most recent to latest published
and the summary of each content item is displayed
and each one has a 'read more' button 
and I can see a text field in the right sidebar to search press releases
And I can see a list of topics in the right sidebar by which to filter press releases

F6.8.1.2 Scenario: A potential student interacts with the Press Release display page
Given that I am on the ECPI website
When I point my browser to the path /press
I can see the recent press release items
When I click a read more link
Then I am taken to the page with the full content for the linked press release
When I search press releases
Then I can see that the results are filtered by my search terms
When I click on one of the categories in the right sidebar
I can see that the results are limited to the category that I selected
When I click to go to the next page below where the last press release is displayed 
then I can see that the pagination works correctly


F6.8.2 Press Release Editing
F6.8.2.1 Scenario: An administrator creates a new Press Release
Given that I am logged into the ECPI website as an administrator
when I point my browser to the path /node/add/press-release
then I can see the creation page for a press release content item
and I can see the following required fields
Title
Body
Release Date
And I can see the following optional fields
Headline link
Headline Description
Contact
Categories
Related Colleges
Related Subprograms
Related Locations
Weight
Given that I have entered data into all REQUIRED fields
When I click to save
Then I am able to save my new Press Release
Given I have entered data into ALL FIELDS, 
When I save and view my press release
I can see that all of the data entered is reflected in the content.

F6.8.1.2 Scenario: An administrator edits an existing Press Release
Given that I am logged into ECPI as an admin level user
and I have navigated to the page of the press release that I want to edit
When I press the 'edit' button at the top of the content
then I can see that I am taken to the edit page for this piece of content
and all of the required fields are prepopulated
When I change data in all of the required fields
and I change data in any other populated fields
When I choose to save my changes
Then I can see that my changes are reflected in the content

Contact:
Web Teks - support@webteks.com
Release Date:
Tuesday, November 10, 2015