Posts Tagged ‘Drupal’

Stanford Web Services: Jumpstart Your Website

Friday, September 13th, 2013

The Stanford Sites Jumpstart service provides a way to quickly create a simple, elegant, and cost-effective website that requires little technical expertise to support. This session provided a tour of this exciting new Drupal-based tool, which is provided at a well-below market rate by Stanford Web Services.

Features covered include:

- the simple editing interface
- quick integration with Social Media
- a mobile-responsive design that works great on desktops and phones
- a very fast site-build turnaround time
- a surprisingly small price tag

Introduction to Stanford’s Responsive Drupal Themes: Open Framework and Stanford Framework

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

During this Tech Briefing, theme co-maintainers Megan Miller and Brian Young of IT Services provided an introduction to the Stanford Drupal theme stack.

They introduced Open Framework and Stanford Framework, responsive base themes that support subtheme development across the university. They also covered the fundamentals of responsive web design, best practices, and discussed how toget started subtheming using Open Framework and Stanford Framework.

Stanford Sites: Drupal Web Publishing at Stanford

Friday, September 14th, 2012

The Stanford Sites self-service website tool is the easiest way for Stanford community members to build and manage websites for their University work.

IT Services has recently upgraded the Stanford Sites web hosting service, streamlining the system’s architecture to enable the introduction of Drupal 7 for new site installations while continuing to support existing Drupal 6 sites.

In late September, IT Services will be releasing additional features including optional development sites for site owners to test changes to their sites.