Links help insure that information on the unh.edu websites is accurate, reliable, informative and easy to find.
Links are used to direct people to the most accurate and informative sources rather than duplicating content, which can introduce errors and confusion. The UNH community and the general public are the audience for UNH websites.
Internal links make information from other webpages easily accessible to the reader without having to copy the information onto multiple pages. These types of links:
Guidelines for building links:
Links to and from reliable external sources improve SEO by increasing the authority of the site. Sometimes it's appropriate to link to a different website, such as a government agency or resource for pertinent information:
For questions regarding links, please contact WMD.
Anyone working on a Drupal website is welcome to attend the open walk-in training and help sessions that Academic Technology offers. For a schedule of the training sessions and walk-in times, see the Academic Technology (AT) training calendar.
UNH.edu websites are maintained by members of the University community acting as official representatives of the University of New Hampshire. Editors are responsible for creating links as described in this standard. In addition, editors should review links on their websites at least twice a year to ensure that all links are still active and available. Finally, editors are responsible for complying with all relevant laws and university policies.
Although UNH AT does not monitor or regularly review site content, it reserves the right to remove at any time any content that it considers to violate this standard or any other UNH policies.
If inappropriate or inaccurate content is submitted, UNH AT will contact the site owner to discuss the issue.Unacceptable entries also may cause unh.edu access to be suspended.
Reports regarding inappropriate content may be sent to UNH WMD.