Help & Support blog
WordPress’ “Featured Image” option on Pages gives you a space to add an image for the purposes of sharing on social media. Often a “card”…
Web Services has added a new block option for creating blockquotes to pages through the Quote block. The Quote block allows you to add the quote text…
An update to the Block Editor will include some changes to how you interact with the editing experience.
Apollo 2 Features
The new global footer can be customized to include contact information (accompanied by a Google map), a background image, a small navigation menu, and a “Make a Gift” button.
Apollo 2 was developed to serve our mobile visitors from the ground up! The new theme will make their visit a better experience, over all.
Easily create clean and readable directories of faculty and staff using the Directory block. This block will help integrate information from the UF Health Web Directory on to your site.
The main navigation for your site is automatically generated (as if by “magic”) and formatted most appropriately to the organization of the pages on your site.
New Dashboard Widgets for Google Analytics, Web Services Announcements, and helpful articles have been added to the Dashboard for Apollo 2.
New and improved site search capability will show you results of your search as you type and bold the search terms in the results so you can easily see the search terms in context of where they are found.
Released in February 2019, Apollo 2 brings modern elegance and improved function to UF Health websites
Released in 2011, Apollo was the first enterprise WordPress theme for the Academic Health Center, and united the medical colleges, and clinical labs in one cohesive theme.
Released in 2017, Chronos won the Award for Excellence for Electronic Communications from the Association of American Medical Colleges.
The Bridge is a one-stop online communications and collaboration hub for UF Health faculty, staff, and students. It provides tools to encourage interaction.
he UF Health Web Directory contains information on all UF Health-related persons, regardless of their location or affiliation. This information helps to power ufhealth.org and WordPress website profiles.
UF Health Web Services designs, maintains and supports UF Health’s family of external and internal websites, as well as providing consultation services on information architecture, usability, accessibility, and content strategy for website and social media presences.