WordPress @ HSPH supports LaTeX formula inclusion; please visit this page for information on how to structure your formulas for correct display: LaTeX Formatting.
You can use any browser to access WordPress. Please note that you should be using the most current version of your browser.
The most current versions and download links can be found here:
Yes; permission must be obtained to use all images, following relevant copyright laws. OER has suggestions for sites where low-cost stock photography/licensed images can be purchased.
The HSPH branding site is an excellent resource for information on photographs and the overall photography strategy. Contact Sam Harp for further information. Assistance with image preparation is available.
Please refer to the HSPH Visual Identity Guide: http://web.sph.harvard.edu/visual-identity-guide/ (PIN required)
The font and all associated properties (color, weight, style, and family) have been determined and are part of the site-wide design. Please try to stay consistent with your heading use across pages.
Below is how your styles will appear on the site once the page is published:
FYI: There is more spacing between lines with paragraph, it is the default for main content.
If you have a feature request or a change idea, please email the web team. We will evaluate and get back to you as soon as possible with a response.
All HSPH site live under the sites.sph.harvard.edu domain; if you are a faculty member/researcher and would like a site, please fill out the site request form.
WordPress is a Content Management System (or CMS). See here for more information.
Contact the Help Desk, requesting a ticket be opened to the Web Team, subject ‘WP Site Creation’.