Web Site Publishing Process
The process for developing new Web sites within the De Anza site is outlined
A. Creating a New Web Site
- You (the site owner) must contact the college
Web coordinator (Webmaster) and request space on the Web server. You
will need to
designate a person (site editor) who is willing and able to maintain the
site information. Note: If you are a faculty member who wants space on the faculty server (Manila), contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The college Web coordinator will determine the site's location within the
information architecture of the main site. To assist site editors with creating
pages that meet accessibility standards, a site template
- The college Web coordinator will designate a place for your Web site and
give you a set of user names and passwords.
This will enable you to test and edit your site on the development server
and publish it on the live server. The Web
Team will be available to provide advice, answer questions and help you
build an effective site.
B. Modifying an Existing Web Site
- Unless other arrangements have been made in advance, it is the responsibility
of all site owners to revise and update their Web sites as necessary.
- The Web Team may check
for errors and will notify the site owner and/or site editor of any suggestions
- The Web Team may periodically
review sites for timely updates and accuracy. If a site contains outdated
information, the Web Team will notify the site owner that revisions are needed.
Sites that are not updated
within two weeks of notification will be subject to removal until corrections