Per UF regulations, University web sites must adhere to University of Florida’s IT Policies, University of Florida Regulations, and to all applicable federal, state, and University policies. In particular, these include the University's policies, statements, and standards relating to:
AP-IT Supported Domains
AP–IT provides web template and application support within the following domains. Specific websites and supported units are listed on the Web & Data Services page, while applications are described on the AP–IT Web Applications page.
If you encounter technical problems on any site within these domains, especially if they do not meet the above standards and policies, please contact AP–IT via the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of this page.
Units are responsible for the content on their specific web site. AP–IT provides various means for individuals to directly add and edit their content, and thus is not responsible for the accuracy or timeliness of presented information.
AP–IT provides a web content management system based on UF web standards for non-college units reporting to the Office of the Provost. While AP–IT will make minor edits to these templates for specific units, it retains the right to refuse requests that do not follow UF web standards or require time-consuming changes to the underlying programming.
In general, AP–IT websites and templates are built using accepted Web standards: XHTML 1.0 Strict or Transitional, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) 2.0 and the Document Object Model (DOM) . These sites meet all guidelines set forth by the Web Accessibility Initiative of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and conforms to the standards in Section 508 (29 U.S.C. ' 794d) of the Rehabilitation Act.
Unit Supported Sites
Some administrative units and all colleges reporting to the Office of the Provost have opted to directly support their own websites and web applications. These units are responsible for all costs and security risks inherent in maintaining their own sites (software, hosting, employee time, database support, PII requirements, etc.).
A list of administrative units that report to the Office of the Provost that support their own web domains is available in the "Related Website" section of the Web and Data Services main page. Information on units across the university are available on CNS's Domain Information and Registration page.
For help with developing an official UF website, please see the UF Web Services page.