Creating a Sites@Duke (WordPress) site
- Sites For Courses: Faculty and instructors can set up a site for any course. Click here to get started.
- Non- Course Sites: Faculty, students and staff can set up a site for their own use or for collaboration. Click here to get started.
Creating Subsites for groups of students
Subsites allow members of your site to easily create a new site of their own (customizing their site appearance, creating new pages and posts and controlling access to the site) while automatically connecting them to the main (parent) site. Click here to learn more.
How to login to Sites@Duke and find your site.
The Dashboard provides access to all the administrative options and features. This is also where you’ll add content (pages, posts, etc), modify the overall appearance of your site and control settings such as privacy options.
Create content using WordPress posts and pages including Instructions and videos for adding images, video and/or audio to posts or pages.
This information mostly applies to site administrators, and includes changing a site’s title and appearance.
Find out how to add non-Duke and other Duke users to your site.
More information on the different roles and capabilities available for users.
Want to make your site public for anyone to read? Maybe you’d like others at Duke to see your site, but not the entire world.
Tips to keep in mind when you are creating a site for your student organization.
A few tips and reminders to keep in mind when writing pages and posts for the web.
Add videos using YouTube, DukeCapture (Panopto), or Warpwire.