Approved Content Meeting Agenda (Word Doc)
What does the seal mean?
The UCCS approved seal signifies that your website is 100% accurate and up-to-date. UCCS does not want to give out false information that is easily seen on many outdated website across campus. Websites that contain OFFICIAL UCCS information will be required to have a seal placed in the footer area on your main index "splash" page.
Websites that have the seal at the footer area are compliant and are 100% accurate.
How do I get the seal?
Getting the seal is easy.
1. Please check over your ENTIRE website for broken links, out-of-date content, unofficial UCCS content.
2. Fix all of above and have it approved by your supervisor.
3. Follow steps below.
Tips on adding the seal
Some basic HTML knowledge is required to insert the Approval seal.
1. Open up your main page in an editor (dreamweaver, Front page, notepad etc...) Typically this is either named index.htm or default.htm.
2. Look at the HTML or Code version of your page and on the bottom insert this code.
<!-- WEBDEPARTMENT Seal Start -->
<div class="uccs_approved" style="text-align:center;">
<img src="http://www.uccs.edu/~webdept/approved/uccsseal_fall2007_sm.jpg" style="border:0px;" alt="UCCS Content Approval Seal"/>
<!-- WEBDEPARTMENT Seal End -->
3. Upload your file.
4. View page within a browser and you should see this.
5. If you have problems please email the web services dept or give us a call at 262.4338
What happens if I do not get the seal?
Websites that do not have the seal will be looked at as outdated or not 100% accurate and are subject to removal from the UCCS server and A-Z listings throughout the campus website until they become compliant.