Due to serious accessibility issues we have removed the Gravity Forms plug-in from our WordPress system. We are currently in the middle stages of acquiring a new plug-in to replace Gravity Forms. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Our installation of WordPress comes with four themes, which provide the basic structure and design options for a site. We have taken it one step further and developed some design templates, which are essentially sites with some design elements already added that you can copy to get a jump start on a design that appeals […]
Sorry all for the inconvenience but we will be doing a minor WordPress update from 3pm-4pm today October 28th. This update will hopefully fix our logging out issue. Thank you for your cooperation! -Service and Support Team
When you sign up for the first time you are given two options: Create brand new sites using WordPress. (This is the general process) Or you can request to have your old site URL set up to get redirected over to your new WordPress site whenever someone visits the old site URL. Please visit the Launching […]
After creating your first site you may have exited or logged out of WordPress to work on other items on your agenda. To log back into WordPress to edit your site: Go to your site URL to view the site (i.e. example.sites.ucsc.edu) Scroll down the page and in the bottom left corner of your screen you will […]
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