Support

Ways to get training and support for building your UCSC website.


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Guides

Explore our support documentation on topics like Getting started, what to expect when moving your website, and developing a content strategy.


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Training

Learning opportunities to help support campus partners in creating sustainable and effective websites.

Opportunities include open labs, content strategy training, and required training for website owners and content creators.

Explore training options


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Accessibility

Making your website accessible is the right choice because it’s inclusive and helps everyone understand your content.

Accessibility should be part of your process in creating content, and there are several tools to help.

Make your website accessible


WordPress (CampusPress)

There are several guides to help answer WordPress-specific questions, and for websites using any of our WordPress services (wordpress.ucsc.edu, sites.ucsc.edu, slugsites.ucsc.edu), you can also reach out directly to our vendor, CampusPress, for 24/7 end-user support.

Guides for Using WordPress


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Intranets and Google Sites

The recommended tool for intranets. Explore resources on how to best use Google Sites, which can help build rich websites without code with simple and easy-to-learn tools.

Google Sites resources


Get help

To directly have a conversation, request a consultation, or ask a specific question, open a SlugHub ticket. Your question will be routed to the right person for help.