Individual's pages that are maintained by an individual and interpreted
to be the sole responsibility of the individual.
Department or school pages that represent CCSF and therefore
should be reviewed for accuracy and appropriateness,
(see section on "The Approval Process" below.)
Student Club or other organization pages See
section below on Student Clubs and Organizations.
Standards and Guidelines
To maintain order, consistency and accuracy of information published
via the CCSF World Wide Web services, these standards and guidelines
were established by the ITPC (Information Technology Policy Committee.)
For web pages that are part of the college website:
No commercial advertising or for-profit activities. Advertising,
defined as a link that is provided in the form of a graphic or text
to a specific website, either in exchange for goods, services, or
monetary compensation from an outside source.
No solicitation or acceptance of credit card information or any other personal information,
except to conduct school business (e.g. payment for registration.)
No distribution of materials that violate copyright.
No excessive computer resource consumption
Student, individual staff / faculty, and class project pages not representing the college:
Each page must have a link to the CCSF disclaimer page:
Formal approval is not required for student, staff and faculty individual's
pages. However, CCSF reserves the right to remove pages from the system
if they are deemed inappropriate, if they generate an excessive number of
complaints, or if they deviate in any way from our acceptable use policies
as outlined in the City College of San Francisco Computer Usage Policy,
or any other college policy.
Official Pages of CCSF offices, departments, schools or any
other entity (except student clubs):
Each page must have a link back to the CCSF main home page
The disclaimer page contains a statement that releases CCSF from
liability for content of web presentations. Contact information is provided
for comments or complaints.
The Approval Process
For those pages requiring approval:
Development of web presentations will be preformed in the developers' personal
When the presentation is complete and ready to be published on the web,
the developer will submit the presentation to the appropriate person
for approval (Department Chair, supervisor, or School Dean). This person
will review the presentation to determine if it accurately represents the
services provided by the area and that the information provided within the
presentation is appropriate for publication.
Once the presentation has been approved for content, a
Department Web Site Request Form
needs to be submitted to ITS where web server file space will be created.
The presentation will be uploaded to the web server file space by the developer.
Webmaster will be notified to evaluate
the presentation for form and adherence to the standards as described above.
If approved, appropriate links will be added to the main college presentation.