Web Platforms, Knowledge and Help
We are dedicated to helping you find and use the services you need for communicating through modern digital channels
We staff a live help desk committed to assisting our authors quickly and effectively.
You can also find a lot of answers by clicking on the service you need help with above.
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The stanfordhealthcare.org website is managed and supported by Stanford Health Care digital marketing.
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AEM Status Updates (Live)
Is AEM not publishing or are you wondering if there's a system update going on? Check our new status page including a new twitter feed which whould give you an idea if others are experiencing similar issues and if the issue has been noted to our team.
The Web Services team is dedicated to enabling Stanford Medicine's mission through digital communication channels. We are a center of excellence offering services in strategy, design, content, analytics, SEO, training and platforms. We also provide access to vendors that can help work in parallel with our efforts.
Migrate to New Platform
AEM is the fully supported web platform for Stanford Medicine. Join the rest of our divisons, departments, centers, institutes, labs, and many others who have moved to AEM.
Migrating your site to AEM offers full website support, from training and video tutorials to an easy to use browser-based platform with drag and drop components with built-in configurations that makes editing as a web author simple and easy.
Latest Content Updates
2016 April Author Event
Web Services presented the 2015 Web Keynote on February 5, 2015. We reviewed the state of the web and talked about the roadmap of features and capabilities we are building.
AEM release adds some fixes and enhancements to the image component including returning the default state to image popups to none (opt-in), more scalable sizes, centering, and a gallery option. Also several bug fixes and visual enhancements extends Tab component flexibility, brings modal popup image flexibility, improvements to print and mobile displays, and improvements to Global Navigation and header displays.
AEM release extends Tab component flexibility, brings modal popup image flexibility, improvements to print and mobile displays, and improvements to Global Navigation and header displays.