If you have recently been assigned the role of Web developer for your department or if you are a new employee assuming this role, your first step should be to review all of the information contained in
this site. Next, contact Jaimie Woodard, Web Services Manager, to sign-up
for the Web Presence Training Program. Once you have completed
the program, you will then have access to the template files and have the knowledge to begin updating your department's Web presence.
If you still have questions, contact the Web Presence Team
The templates are maintained by University Marketing Communications and
Information Technology Services. In order to receive the templates,
all campus Web developers must first become "certified" by
participating in the Web Presence Training
The most common mistake is re-engineering the template. While certain
aspects of the template cannot be altered, the system was created to be
a starting point and a framework to build on. The template is a frame providing
consistently placed navigational regions and a central content area that
can be customized by the designer to create a distinctive site.