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Getting started as a new user to Stanford Domains

From the main site menu at domains.stanford.edu, click Get Started and log in with your SUNet ID. Or, submit the Stanford Domains Interest Form and we can help you set up your new website.Go to Dashboard to choose…

I have more questions, where can i find answers?

Stanford Domains is a self-help hosting service (i.e., there is no help desk nor do we provide dedicated web design support) targeted mainly at giving individual Stanford users or small groups web space to experiment with tools and establish…
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How to find out your website statistic ?

Wonder how busy is your websites hosted on Stanford Domains? You can find out number of visitors, number of hits by date, month, etc. All of these information are available from your cPanel.
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Install WordPress with Stanford Lagunita theme

During the installation of WordPress using cPanel/Installatron, you can specify Stanford Lagunita theme for your site. For more information about the theme, please take a look at https://wordpressthemes.stanford.edu/lagunita/customizing/…
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Stanford Domains Web Hosting Platform Overview

Watch this video from Stanford WebCamp 2021 to learn more about Stanford Domains web hosting. https://youtu.be/ouw5RqSP64k Learn more Creating an effective personal web presence using Stanford Domains Watch the WebCamp 2020…
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How to log into WordPress

Once you have installed WordPress, you have two options for logging into your site to administer it. This will give you access to manage your installed applications, backups and file transfers. Go to domains.stanford.edu/dashboard.Under…
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Security Best Practice Considerations

This platform is intended for low-risk data defined by Stanford's Information Security Office (ISO). You should NOT store any data other than low risk data. Medium and High-Risk data is not allowed on this platform. Please be familiar…
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FTP/FTPS File Transfer Protocol

In January 2021, the ftp protocol was disabled since it exposes the password in clear text and didn’t meet Stanford Security standards. FTPS (secure) protocol is still available to be used to transfer files to/from your website. Desktop…
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What is cPanel?

cPanel is a control panels for a web hosting account. It lets you  manage all services in a single place. The cPanel allows you to publish websites, manage domains, organize static web files. You login to your cPanel by going to https://domains.stanford.edu/dashboard…
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URLs for Stanford Domains

There are two ways to simplify the URL for your Stanford Domains site: Setup a vanity URL or Request a custom Stanford subdomain. Request a vanity URL through the Vanity URL application. Vanity URLs are only available to departments, research…
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Getting Started with WordPress

WordPress (WP) is a content management system (CMS) written in PHP that uses a MySQL database. Here are a few YouTube links to help you getting started: https://wordpress.com/support/video-tutorials/https://youtu.be/QU8GFqvXRxE ( Getting…