Is Stanford Domains hosting FERPA compliant?

Because the su.Domains server is a shared server, you should not store any FERPA/HIPAA information, such as grades, on your site. You may be at risk of violating FERPA/HIPAA if you do store FERPA/HIPAA information.  su.Domains allows only…

What is Stanford Domains Governance Policy?

While Stanford is providing the infrastructure to allow students, faculty, and staff to create personal domains, Stanford does not routinely monitor webpages and does not assume responsibility for content. Stanford reserves the right to monitor…

What is Stanford Domains?

Stanford Domains is a free, self-service web publishing platform used to create personal digital spaces for various media, e.g., portfolios and wikis. Stanford students, faculty, and staff can register a free subdomain (mysubdomain.su.domains)…

How to add a second sub-domain on su.domains?

When you join Stanford Domains, you will be asked to pick a domain (ie., profX.su.domains). You will then to be able to have unlimited websites such as class101.profX.su.domains, class201.profX.su.domains by using SubDomain icon on your cPanel.…

Can my team members manage my website content?

When you create your website, you are the only one who can add, update, delete the content of your website. However, you can add another user to manage your contents (Contributor, Editor, Administrator roles). Here are the basic steps: Login…

Can I transfer management of my website to another Stanford user before I leave Stanford?

Yes, you can (i.e, you are leaving Stanford and have another team members to manage).   Please log a ServiceNow support ticket for assistance.

Can I create a Form on Stanford Domains?

University IT provided Form Builder tools such as Google Forms, Qualtrics. We encourage you to use these two platforms since it is well integrated with our Single SignOn. If you have a WordPress website hosted on Stanford Domains, you can…

How can i make a website available only to my students?

The Stanford Domains service is for Low Risk data. There is no need to protect your website. However, there are three different methods to protect your website contents: You can protect ALL your WordPress content (not a specific…

What is Single SignOn?

Single sign-on (SSO) is an authentication scheme that allows users to login with a single ID and password to more than one application. You login to su.domains with your Stanford SunetID, which is the same credential you used to…
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What can I DO and NOT DO on Stanford Domain?

You CAN create a portfolio or personal website, course site, or your very own wiki page for collaboration. This gives you an opportunity to: Learn how to create a website using basic tools such as static HTML, WordPress, Drupal, Wiki, etc.Learn…