For website content contributors
Website management: Rebecca Shelton, Kaitlin Westphal, and Muge Niu
Contact Joyce Tikalsky for access.
UW- Madison websites must comply with the campus web accessibility policy for people with vision, hearing, motor, and cognitive disabilities.
1. Images: Add an alternate text description when you Insert > Image. This step is required rather than optional, as the Google window displays, to comply with the UW-Madison accessibility policy:
2. Links: Add links by clicking the chain icon in the text editor. Always de-select "Open this link in new window." New windows might be missed by visitors with vision impairments.
3. PDF files without images: Before you upload a PDF file that contains no images, follow these preparation steps:
4. PDF files with images: Before you upload a PDF file that contains images, follow these preparation steps:
5. Word files with images: go.wisc.edu/accessible-course-materials
6. Other formats: go.wisc.edu/accessible-course-materials
Font: Set the font to 10-pt Normal (sans serif) for text additions.
Text: Write for people who scan pages for information, rather than reading. In headings and link labels, capitalize the first word and proper nouns and adjectives.
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1. On the homepage, click More > Manage Site > Deleted items.
That displays reassurance that nothing has been deleted.
2. On the homepage, click More > Subscribe to page changes.
That sends you an email anytime a page is changes.
You might want to do this for the pages you usually edit.
3. On the homepage, click More > Manage Site > Recent Site Activity
That gives you an idea about recent changes.
4. On the homepage, click More > Revision history
That shows all the past versions of the site, in case you ever want to reinstate an older version.
5. Back up the site periodically by clicking More > Manage Site > Copy this Site.