CLAS IT Connections
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During the 2020-2021 academic year, we will be migrating websites from users.clas.ufl.edu into our WordPress installation at people.clas.ufl.edu. If you have a users.clas.ufl.edu website (for example users.clas.ufl.edu/gatorlink), you may contact CLAS Communication Support and they will be able to assist in migrating the content. At the end of the academic year (May 2021), the user.clas.ufl.edu
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is proud to announce its two newest departments – Media Services and News & Publications. The Media Services department was created to address the growing print and web needs of our expanding college. The team is led by Jonathan Ciaccio and consists of 5 other staff members. Print
Many departments have started the transition from simple PDF or Word Doc forms to forms submitted online. For each site, we provide an easy-to-use form builder tool called Gravity Forms. This can be used to create simple contact forms or newsletter signups to application submissions, etc.
This fall CLAS IT will begin migrating WordPress sites to our new web server infrastructure. The new infrastructure will bring about some important changes, the most important of which will be the deprecation of non-secure HTTP.
If you’re looking for a good way to share resources in a particular field or promote collaboration across colleges or departments, you may want to create a new website. CLAS IT offers hosting and support for department and personal websites, but this also is available for research groups, organizations, and officially-recognized programs and center.
Are you tired of fighting with HTML or Dreamweaver just to update your CV, or to make a change to your web pages? If so, CLAS IT has a solution for you.