All School of Pharmacy web editors can be granted access to a tool called Siteimprove that enables you to easily identify and resolve common problems with your website, such as broken links and misspelled words.
Not affiliated with the School of Pharmacy? See Siteimprove Roll-out.
In Siteimprove you can see issues for only the content that you own. You can use it as much as you want to improve your website. Ideally you’d check Siteimprove on a regular basis at a schedule that you see fit. Below are some example screenshots. Siteimprove is funded at the UC level and administered at the campus level; you are not responsible for its cost or administration.
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Any School of Pharmacy web editor is eligible to use Siteimprove. To express interest, contact us at Website and Communications Support.
Senior Front-end Developer Frank Farm will walk you through an initial training session. Afterwards, you’re welcome to begin using Siteimprove with or without additional training:
In-person class training when available. Check UCSF Websites Events for Siteimprove training listings.
Siteimprove Academy self-paced, online, web accessibility training:
For web editors: Accessibility for Content Contributors and Designers.
For managers and site owners: Accessibility for Leadership.
After your participation is confirmed and your account has been set up, log in with your MyAccess credentials using the following link and choosing UCSF as your identity provider.
For your first few times needing help, contact us at Website and Communications Support.
After you have grown more comfortable using Siteimprove, you’re also welcome to use the Help Center link in the top right corner of any Siteimprove page to access Guides and FAQs, community forums, and direct help from Siteimprove Support.
Another forum is available in the #siteimprove channel on UC Tech Slack. Not familiar with Slack? See Revisiting the UCTech Slack Workspace.