Official University entities and student organizations may request web hosting from Texas Tech University by submitting a Department/Organization Web Hosting Account Application.
Web Site Names, such as http://www.mysite.ttu.edu/, can be requested by your department's Network Site Coordinator (NSC) through the process detailed on the NSC web site. For more information, Please contact IT Help Central at email@example.com or (806) 742-4375.
As a service to the Texas Tech University content owners, the IT Division provides
support and training on a content management system (CMS) for web authoring. Content
management allows authors to easily update the content on their web pages without
the need for in-depth web programming knowledge.
Find out more information on OmniUpdate, the University's content management system.
In collaboration with the Office of Communications and Marketing, the TTU Information Technology Division has implemented responsive templates for Web use. These templates integrate official Texas Tech identity attributes and elements into a framework that is appropriate for different content types. They are coded with XHTML using external Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) that incorporate the TTU color palette and fonts. This simplifies the process of creating new sites and pages or converting your current site to our new look. Each of our templates create fully standards-compliant Web pages that keep the content accessible to every visitor.
Only sites maintained using the university approved CMS will be able to use the updated templates implemented by the TTU IT Division and Communication & Marketing.
For more information on templates, contact IT TeamWeb.
There are three templates currently available:
Content Page is the standard template for University departments and areas, and is the primary template distributed to official web resources.
Content Page No Nav provides a streamlined design which does not include a left navigation section.
College Home Page is the primary entry page for each college.
For more information about the appropriate usage of the new templates, contact IT TeamWeb.
Each template has several components available for customization. These areas include:
All official University entity web sites and currently registered student organizations may be linked to on the TTU.EDU web site. This listing includes, but is not limited to:
If your site is not currently listed, or the currently listed URL changes, please submit a Site Link Request Form.
For a departmental web site to be listed on TTU.EDU, it must comply with these publishing guidelines, including using the official web template. Otherwise, a generic page will be used as the official departmental landing page. All visitors will be redirected from there.
For a student organization web site to be listed on the TTU Student Organizations list, a Student Organization must be officially registered with Student Union and Activities. Requests may only be submitted by the the currently registered organization contact or advisor.
Sponsored links are website links displayed and highlighted at the top of the TTU
search results page, when you conduct a keyword search on the TTU website. This feature
will let TTU emphasize specific web pages, to improve the likelihood that site visitors
will quickly find the most relevant information first. Sponsored links and prioritization
of sponsored links are determined by the Office of Communications & Marketing.
More Information on Sponsored Links
Print out this Pre-flight Checklist for a quick go/no-go assessment of your web resource before going live.