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UF/IFAS Web Services oversees the UF/IFAS homepage, along with other critical UF/IFAS websites. Additionally, we provide resources, strategic planning, and consulting to the UF/IFAS community for teaching, research, and Extension.

Contact webteam@ifas.ufl.edu to learn how we can help you with your next web initiative.

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webteam@ifas.ufl.edu


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UF/IFAS Web Services offers assistance with web design, web traffic analysis, web writing, and recommendations for your existing websites.

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Web Communication

TERMINALFOUR (T4) TIP 19: HOW TO BULK UPLOAD

To bulk import media into TERMINALFOUR's media library, you can use the Packages tool. Follow these steps to use the tool: In the menu in TERMINALFOUR, click on Content > Content Migration > Packages 2.    On the Packages page, click Create new package 3.    Select Media Archive on the Package type (Step 1) and click Next 4.    Name your package and fill in the details 5.    For the Select option, you will

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TERMINALFOUR (T4) Tip 18: Insert Your Staff Directory Link on your Who We Are page

Intended Audience: EXTENSION MODERATORS TIP: Directory.IFAS is a valuable resource EXPLANATION: You can use use the directory link for your county and place on your “Who We Are” page in TERMINALFOUR. This link will automatically update with current Extension county employees. EXAMPLE: The unit link for Alachua is 
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TERMINALFOUR (T4) Tip 17: Migration To Terminalfour? Here Is An Example Of What To Do With All Those Factsheets

Your fact sheets are GREAT blog content. Here is an example: http://blogs.ifas.ufl.edu/leeco/2017/05/08/beach-sunflower/ Intended Audience: EXTENSION MODERATORS TIP: The original .PDF file is embedded as a link in the post after uploading it to the Media gallery. EXPLANATION: Your facts sheets can live on.

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