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699 Sites and Growing - Meet Apollo, our Enterprise Theme

Apollo, the UF Health WordPress Template

Our UF Health WordPress theme now powers over 500 websites – and now is fully responsive.

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The New UFandShands.org Mobile Experience

Tap, Tap, Doc

The knowledge, expertise, and exceptional health resources of UF&Shands.org – now in the palm of your hand.

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Just Mild-Mannered Web People

What Web Services has is dedicated web professionals with dozens of years of cumulative experience in building strong, effective web presences, who do it so fast and efficiently you’ll think they’re superheroes.

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Behind-the-Web: WordPress Plugins

Apr 14th, 2017

Plugins help expand the functionality of your WordPress site beyond just text and media. With certain plugins, you can add online forms to your website (Gravity Forms), or create a newsletter in WordPress for your site visitors (MailPoet). Some plugins are automatically enabled on your site upon its creation. Other plugins must be enabled by request.

Google Analytics

Taking Analytics up a Notch

Apr 14th, 2017

In February, UF Health Web Services hosted a seat for Higher Ed Experts’ Higher Analytics Conference. 12 Higher Education web experts shared their insights and tips on how to use Analytics […]

Join the Web Services Team!

Apr 13th, 2017

Want to help build and improve tools to help move medicine forward? The UF Web Services team is looking for new team members – it could be you! UF Health […]

Links and Resources

OWASP WordPress Security Implementation Guideline

Aug 4th, 2015

A great run-down of some simple processes people an enact to help harden WordPress.

Writing a Better Newsletter Subject Line

May 5th, 2014

Summary: Focus on the first 40 characters. Descriptive and well-written subject lines allow recipients to make an informed decision to get more details or move on.

Parallax.JS

Aug 27th, 2013

Parallax effect overload! Mobile friendly