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FSU uses a common design and style (template) for all official university web sites. (See sample to the right.)
The benefits of a universal design are many, including ensuring that the University's identity is presented clearly, consistently and professionally across the site, and improving the visitor experience across all University web sites by implementing a consistent site-wide design, navigation system and interface.
The FSU web template is implemented through the web Content Management System (CMS). All official Univeristy web sites are being moved into the CMS and set up in the new template.
Who Must Use the University Web Template
All web pages of FSU divisions, colleges, departments, libraries, administrative and service offices, and other official units and programs of the University (collectively known as “official FSU sites” or “official FSU web sites”)
Web pages of FSU-affiliated programs and organizations based at FSU but not solely University entities (grants, for example), to indicate their FSU affiliation and as a service to their visitors.
- Any web page not affiliated officially with the University.