Your website is a critical tool for communicating what you do and is an effective and inexpensive way to announce events, promote your initiatives, and share information.University Communications and Marketing offers tips and resources to help you plan your project, formulate your content, consider design and layout options, and more.We direct you to classes, support services, and other web resources at Rutgers.
Rutgers webpages should appropriately represent and promote the entire university, as well as specific departments or programs.See the University Web Policy for information on elements that must appear on all official Rutgers sites.Where appropriate, incorporate links to universitywide information pages, search engines, and indexes.Use information generated by other units by linking to their pages.Find tips and resources for developing and maintaining websites.
Learn about platforms, information architecture, creating a wireframe, designing and writing for the web, using Rutgers website templates and identity banners, Rutgers web policy, and much more.Test your website to make sure your coding and links are valid. Nothing is more frustrating for a user than finding a dead end. This guide serves as a set of considerations and guidelines for Novell Group Wise administrators.It is not a comprehensive instruction set, and it is not intended to replace product manuals.Administrators using this guide should consult product documentation, technical information documents (TIDs), and online help for further instruction regarding each of the guidelines offered here.