About the IU Web Framework

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Overview

The IU Web Framework lets you use familiar form options (such as drop-down menus, text input, checkboxes, and WYSIWYG editors) to create web pages, which you can then publish through SFTP to Webserve or any hosting server. The framework is fully brand compliant and follows Indiana University standards for accessibility.

Note:
Webserve is scheduled for retirement on December 23, 2019, and will be replaced by IU Sitehosting. All sites hosted on Webserve must be migrated to IU Sitehosting by that date or content will be inaccessible.

The IU Web Framework was built as a collaboration between UITS, IU Studios (formerly IU Communications), and representatives from regional campuses using Cascade Server Web Content Management System (WCMS), Indiana University's enterprise content management system.

Request the IU Web Framework

For more information about the IU Web Framework, help guides to request the Framework, and access to a practice sandbox environment, visit IU Web Framework.

View IU Web Framework changes

You may view a changelog for IU Web Framework at Web Framework Changelog. Links from the changelog include instructions on how to update your Framework site code to use the new features.

Get help

The framework is a self-service tool available to developers. If you are not a developer but want to use the framework for your site, IU Studios (formerly IU Communications) or WebHelp can assist you; to contact these offices, see Get Help.

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