All top-level websites of colleges and schools, academic departments, research centres, and administrative and academic support units must adopt the Static Web Template.
Website managed by Web Content Management (WCM) platform
Websites requiring WCM must be built upon Drupal 8. CityU has been building a common template for top-level websites in Drupal. The current design is consistent with the static web template and is subject to continuous enhancement. You may visit our Web Template in WCM for a working sample.
For further enquiries, please contact email@example.com.
Testing and Quality Assurance
Any university website, regardless of using the web templates or not, should be checked for the followings before being published:
The website should be tested on the most popular desktop browsers, including IE, Chrome, Safari and Firefox.
Every web page should be tested on the most popular mobile platforms, including Android and iOS, without resizing issues.
Any web contents, including texts, images, videos and documents, should conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 standard, Level AA conformance (see Accessibility page).
Every web page should be validated against W3C Markup Validation Service and W3C CSS Validation Service.
Every piece of web content should be checked for spelling mistakes.
Every web page should be checked against broken links and outdated information regularly.