Home of the Stanford Web Services Blog
Navigation is one of the most important functions of your website. Meant to organize your content into discernible sections, good navigation afords users intuitive pathways to discover or find content. Without good navigation, the effort you spend creating meaningful and compelling content is diminished if a user cannot find it.
Posted by Rebecca Hong on Tuesday, December 3, 2019 - 10:30am
I am sure some of you have noticed that there is a Stanford Light sample image of Jane Smith's personal website and were wondering how to recreate the same page for yourself.
In this blog post, I'll show you how you can put together an About page layout similar to the Jane Smith's personal website preview image seen on the Appearance page.
Posted by Anna Watt on Monday, November 26, 2018 - 4:40pm
Let’s say you want to make a cake but you don’t have a lot of time to make one from scratch. You already have a box of cake mix ready to go but this box is for chocolate cake with vanilla buttercream frosting. But you really wanted one with dark-chocolate ganache frosting —because you can never have too much chocolate.
You've put time into creating your Stanford Sites website, so you'll probably want Google (and other search engines) to know about it. One of the ways to get this done is by submitting your website sitemap. This blog post will walk you through how to claim ownership of your Stanford Sites website, then submit the website to Google for indexing.
Starting July 12, new group and department websites requested on Stanford Sites will live in the cloud. These websites have new modules available to them. What are they and what do they do?