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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

  • Increased Security Coming to ANR Web Sites

    Added October 12, 2018

    A series of spectacular security breaches at internet giants like Google and Facebook in recent months underscores how challenging it can be for any organization to protect itself and its users from attack. In response, all the major online entities...

  • ANR Web Sites Getting a New Look

    Added October 3, 2018

    UC ANR programs greatly impact the lives of Californians, in every corner of the state. It is challenging, however, to communicate all the Division's varied efforts to the diverse communities we support. The ANR website is crucial to our public...

  • CSIT Programmer Awarded for 15 years of Service

    Added September 14, 2018
    Not the VMS code

    Legendary CSIT programmer Steve Edberg recently received his fifteen-year Distinguished Service Award. Steve has been with UC ANR for the last five years, but his history with the UC system goes back even farther. His long association with UC began...

  • 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...

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