Have Questions about using the CADO Site?

Author: Roy/Friday, January 22, 2016/Categories: CADO Help

Have a question about how to do something on CADO and can't find the answer?  If so please use the comments below to ask your question and we will reply or you can contact us using the form to the right.

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Audrey Estes

1/31/2016 8:39 PM

How do you upload your photo.


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Roy

2/1/2016 8:27 AM

Adding a photo to your Roster Listing

To add your photo to your roster listing just login and go to your Roster Listing and then click the pencil icon next to your name to edit it. The pencil icon is only visible after you login. Once on the edit page go to the bottom of the page and you will see a section titled “Upload Photo(s)” in that area you will see a button titled “Select Images” click button to select your photo and it will be uploaded and added to your Roster listing. Be sure to save the changes by clicking the “Update” button.

Adding a photo to the user profile

For the user account a photo is added by uploading it. After you login go to your user profile by clicking on your name at the top of the CADO pages once on that page click on the “Edit Profile” and then click on the ‘Manage Profile” tab and near the bottom of that page is the “Preferences” section expand that section and you will see the Photo box just click the “Upload File” to upload your photo and add it to you user account. Please note this does not add your photo to your Roster Listing.


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Jim

4/30/2016 3:17 PM

I'm new. How do I create a new blog?


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Chris Norton

7/20/2020 1:09 PM

Every time I upload my photo it is turned on its side, even though the file I upload is correct in orientation. How can I fix this?


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Roy

7/20/2020 3:33 PM

Hi Chris,

I was able to fix it. It is now displaying correctly. What I did was reduced the height just little and it uploaded correctly after that edit.

Sorry for the trouble.


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TiffanyB

9/7/2020 5:33 AM

how do I use this site?


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Roy

9/10/2020 9:12 AM

Hi, sorry for the late reply. I did see that you did add your name to the Roster. Are you having any other troubles with the site?

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