About This Site
Welcome to UNH.edu
UNH is now using Drupal, an open source content management system, for its top-level pages. Drupal is available for UNH sites via Web Solutions. There are a few themes available using Drupal similar to the Whittemore School site and the UNH admissions site. For those wishing to continue using traditional html programming, a new toolkit has been made available with complimentary styles for the new UNH home page.
Does your site need to match the new UNH home page?
Currently, your site should meet our masthead specifications. We encourage people to transition to the new look and feel as they redo their sites. While new sites should be complementary to the new UNH.edu homepage, that specific look is reserved for that page alone. Whenever possible, the styles in the available toolkit should be utilized. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Please take a look around and remember that UNH.edu is shaped by your suggestions. Your input is valued! Please help us by emailing Bridget Finnegan at email@example.com.
Americans With Disabilities Act - Are you in compliance?
The university, (along with UNH-System), endorses the guidelines of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) as the standard for World Wide Web accessibility and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. W3C is composed of over 400 member organizations worldwide (public and private) developing common protocols to promote the evolution of the World Wide Web and ensure its inter-operability. As part of its work, the W3C has developed accessibility guidelines for World Wide Web sites and pages. The standards of the Federal Rehabilitation Act (Section 508) are consistent with the W3C Guidelines and provide achievable, well-documented guidelines for implementation. Report violations.
Link to the UNH ADA disclaimer here: http://www.unh.edu/about/ada.html
These guidelines are designed to help UNH employees who create or contribute to University-related electronic social media to do so in a respectful, professional, relevant way to protect the University’s reputation and mission. We recognize the value in this new medium and encourage participation by UNH units as long as it falls within their communication needs and goals.
UNHtoday Story Ideas
UNHtoday is distributed weekdays to an e-mail audience of more than 38,000 subscribers. If you have a story idea, please let us know. Please keep in mind that UNHtoday is an external publication. Internal stories are better suited for Campus Journal. Placement is not guaranteed.
Please provide a summary of the story/event as well as a Web address/URL where more information is located. Events should all be listed on the UNH Master Calendar and must to be open to the general public. Ten working days notice is required for events in the calendar section.
Home Page Photos and Story Ideas
Home page photos are changed every Friday and run for one week. If you have a story or photo idea, please let us know. Placement is not guaranteed. All events should be entered into the UNH Master Calendar.
We will need the following information:
- Photos are updated on Fridays. Please provide the Friday that you would like the item to start running. (Submit three weeks prior)
- The Web address/URL where more information is located.
- If there are any photos available. (We'll contact you for them later.)
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