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Web Site Development

Additional Services

Customized Site Search

Since 2002, NYU has used the Google Search Appliance to handle searching on the nyu.edu domain. Google allows us to offer customized search result pages through the use of stylesheets. The stylesheet allows you to integrate the search result pages into the existing look and feel of your Web site. Read more »

Credit Card Processing

ePayments at New York University is a service designed to allow the acceptance of Credit Cards, ACH/e-Checks, or Electronic Payments for gifts, donations, goods, or services. ePayments at NYU are centrally managed by the Treasury Division. Read more »

Web Usage Statistics

Urchin 5, the industry leading web analytics software, is used on the NYU Web server. It analyzes traffic for one or more websites and provides accurate and easy-to-understand reports on your visitors - where they come from, how they use your site, what converts them into customers, and much more.


Blogs are currently unavailable on the NYU Web server. We have implemented a university blog server using MovableType enterprise software. Visit http://blogs.nyu.edu for more information.

Web Server Hosting

NYU schools, departments, or project groups who wish to create websites that incorporate third-party, application-based functionality, or who require specific server configuration changes that cannot be accommodated on the enterprise web server, may be interested in contracting with ITS for a Web Hosting Server Level Agreement (SLA), a fee-based service.

The SLA provides a dedicated server on which ITS will install the basic operating system and required software (PHP, MySQL, etc.), and includes 10 hours of annual technical support. ITS cannot support the administration of any third-party software that is installed, so the client must assign a primary technical administrator. This individual will receive an account on the machine in order to install applications. Additional accounts may be assigned upon request. ITS will monitor the system and provide core OS patching and upgrades, but the technical administrator will be responsible for implementing any updates to the software the client installs.

For more information about this service, please write to: edu.sla@nyu.edu

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