Do you need to create a website and do not want to be held back by installing and configuring your own system? Are your requirements complex? Are you looking for a stable and reliable custom-made solution? We are offering a CMS Umbraco, a unified web platform built upon Open-source to anyone from the Masaryk University or outside of it.
A new co-worker has joined us to help design and create websites. Free help with website design is provided for any institutional websites of individual units, departments, etc.
The website of the Mathematics and Statistics Support Centre at the Faculty of Economics and Administration (mathstat.econ.muni.cz) is the first website to be built with UniWeb, a website builder, which allows the simple setting of graphical parameters of pre-defined website components. The graphics were created by Tomáš Staudek and the conversion of the graphical design into the parameterisable CSS styles was made by the MU Institute of Biostatistics and Analyses. UniWeb's components and the CSS parameterisation tool are the work of the WebCentrum team.
The first website created in the new visual style of MU: Study at MUNI, a web magazine for applicants http://www.studujnamuni.cz/.
websites for faculties, departments and specialised units,
website presentations for conferences organized by the university,
websites ensuring mandatory project publicity,
comprehensive websites and information systems with special functionality
In addition to the regular, basic CMS functionality, the WebCentrum offers some functional unites of a more comprehensive nature. We provide these units free of charge and may modify for a fee whose amount depends upon the work involved. If you’d like to know more about any of the functions or add it to your website, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Functions marked with a star are automatically available for all websites.
Multi-lingual websites, comfortable editing of individual language versions, various website structures serving various languages
Authorising the rights to edit entire websites as well as individual pages to MU and external users. Currently available upon e-mail request.
Comfortable creation of rich content and responsive websites.
There is an option to create your own workflow to manage the content on complex websites (approval and other functions).
Interactive maps of Masaryk University buildings and rooms for your website that allow you to highlight specific areas.
The system allows news and events to be published on the website. It is also possible to publish several groups of articles in various sections of the website.
RSS news feeds appear on the website in a form that may be machine processed.
Custom-made structured data record- keeping based upon your requirements. For instance, keeping records of partners, etc.
Searching the website using Google.
This functions allows anonymous login through remote services. Subsequently, it is possible to make a portion of the website available using the ‘Content Protection’ function.
User registration, registration administration and custom-made creation of specialized functions for users based upon your requirements.
Sending newsletters to registered users; the option to use a filter respecting the parameters entered.
Administration of conference users, purchasing packages using the OC, uploading abstracts and communication with registered e-mail addresses.
Making some types of MU central data available for adjustable information display (e.g., persons, projects, publications...).
Registrations for seminars or other events; the option to limit capacity and administer registered users.
This function allows website pages to be assigned access protection for specified user groups.
To create a new website presentation, please contact email@example.com.
You’ll also need an internet address. As part of the development of your website, we will provide you with a temporary address free of charge; the final address may be either:
... and more.
WebCentrum development and operation is provided by the Information Systems Division at the MU Institute of Computer Science, who collaborate with their colleagues in other divisions at the MU Institute of Computer Science. The greatest burden of responsibility for the non/functionality of the system is born by the following employees:
Implementation of database information displays for MU
Database and System Administrator
Development of the system core, websites and prototype UI
Communication with users, website development
Website development, student at the Faculty of Informatics
Head of the project, development of the system core and websites
Web architecture design, testing