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Cynthia Mijares Posted by Cynthia Mijares on Thursday, May 12, 2016 - 9:06am

Want to hide or move the WebAuth login block on your website? On Stanford Sites the login block is in the left sidebar by default giving the administrator easy access to log in and make changes to their website. As an administrator you have the option to move this block to a different region or completely hide it.  Let's talk about both options and their ramifications.

If you have multiple people collaborating on your site, you may choose to keep the WebAuth Authentication block visible somewhere on the page.

Shea McKinney Posted by Shea Ross McKinney on Monday, April 11, 2016 - 10:20am

There are times where I curse open source software but those times are far outweighed by the times that I am reminded why I love it so much.

Normally my blog posts are on the technical side because that is where I feel safe and comfortable writing in a public space but I felt compelled, okay, urged by the boss and team, to write about a moment that I gushed about during a recent staff meeting.

Photo of John Bickar Posted by John Bickar on Friday, April 1, 2016 - 12:01am

The modern web developer has a variety of markup languages available for use in different contexts: XML, HTML, YAML, Markdown - the list goes on and on. Yet each has its limitation(s), whether that be performance, readability, or ease-of-use.

That all changes today with the introduction of the Syntactically Accurate Markup Language (SAML).

Caryl Westerberg Posted by Caryl J Westerberg on Friday, March 4, 2016 - 3:55pm

We are excited to announce that registration and session proposals are now open for Stanford Drupal Camp 2016!

Register now for the seventh Annual Stanford Drupal Camp April 1-2, 2016 at the Stanford Law School.

Sara Worrell-Berg Posted by Sara Worrell Berg on Tuesday, February 23, 2016 - 4:49pm

University IT will perform maintenance on the Stanford Sites Drupal hosting service on the following date:

This maintenance requires switching Stanford Sites to using its secondary database server in preparation for upcoming maintenance on the university's network. Planned changes should result in improved stability and faster performance for all websites hosted on Stanford Sites. This maintenance does not include Drupal core application or module updates.