Information accessible from the Web page must not infringe copyright. Any material provided must be original, must be in the public domain, or you must obtain written permission from the copyright holder to provide the material on the website. This copyright permission must be stated on your site. Protect your original material by including copyright symbols in your documents.
The top level page of your website must include:
Each page of your Web site must have a descriptive title (using the <TITLE> tag) that includes the name Washburn University.
If there is content on your Web site that is date or time specific, it must be kept current.
If your site is within the Content Management System, the university webmaster will work with you on navigation and implementation within the university web design template.
Each page of your Web site must meet ADA compliance standards for access by persons with disabilities. In particular, each page must meet the accessibility standards indicated in Washburn University Official Web Sites--Accessibility and Quality Checklist. This checklist is based upon the federal Access Board standards for electronic and information technology under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.
Names of files placed on university Web servers must not contain spaces or special characters such as quotes or apostrophes.
Questions may be addressed email@example.com.