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What is Sitebuilder 3.0?

Site Builder 3.0 is a web content management system created for use by anyone in University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources to create and maintain a web site. This Help site is dedicated to helping you find your way through it.

If you are ANR personnel, you can contact us directly at Communication Services and Information Technology for advice on how to use Site Builder 3.0 or to suggest additions or changes to this Help site. Non-ANR personnel should contact their local coordinator or site administrator for assistance.

 

From Our Blog

  • Change in Access to Services and Applications

    Added May 18, 2018
    Portal Account Login Highlighed

    On May 29, 2018, IT will implement a new login process which may affect your access to services and applications You may have noticed a link to “UCANR Active Directory (Beta test)” on the UC ANR Portal login page. The link was...

  • New SiteBuilder Training Sessions Offered

    Added April 17, 2018

    SiteBuilder Training Sessions CSIT is kicking off a new round of SiteBuilder training sessions starting in May. The day-long class is designed for all ANR staff members in need of proficiency creating and maintaining...

  • Security Change for SiteBuilder Sites

    Added March 21, 2018
    image

    CSIT has removed a widely distributed, but rarely used, feature from most SiteBuilder pages. ANR sites using the recommended “mobile friendly design” have universal buttons at the top of their pages, including “Share,”...

  • Upcoming service interruption

    Added March 17, 2018

    On Saturday, March 24, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, we will be conducting mandatory maintenance on the servers in our infrastructure. During the maintenance operation, most ANR online services will be offline. We will have technicians working during and...

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