Information Services

Request and Manage a Website

How do I get a website?

All web projects undergo a project initiation process at DIT. A project initiation document needs to be completed and the project will be assessed by the public affairs office prior to commencement. Download the web project initiation document here and return it to

Please read the steps involved in requesting a new website

All new websites must comply with the DIT brand guidelines

Please view the DIT Web Development and Hosting Policy here

DIT Social Media Guidelines

How will I update my website?

Website content is updated using the Content Management System (CMS).  Contact Staff Training and Development at or phone: 402 7870 for details of short training courses on the CMS.

Can I customize my website using the CMS?

Using the CMS, your website can have customized styles applied to showcase your college/school/department. Please view the available templates below. The web officer can discuss options with you.

How do I get a DIT domain name?

Contact the Public Affairs Office at  Domain names are subject to the DIT Domain Name Policy.

How do I get a public domain name?

Contact the Public Affairs Office at  All public domain names are to be purchased through HEAnet, in consultation with the Public Affairs Office and IS Services.

How do I make my site search engine friendly and accessible?

Find out how to make your site search engine friendly and accessible by reading the Best Practice SEO & Web Accessibility Guide for DIT or more detailed information on SEO can be found at the SEOmoz beginners guide to SEO

Contracting External Designers & Developers

If you wish to contract external designers and developers, please contact for information and guidelines.

Please note, in order for external developers to be granted access to Site Manager, developers must go through an DIT Approval Process for Terminal Four Developers. Please contact for more information

Websites hosted in and managed by SiteManager

The websites listed below use different styles to the main DIT website.

What is a responsive website?

Externally visible designs

Responsive (Mobile & Tablet Friendly)

* The following templates have been developed to suit different areas of the DIT website.  Most can be adapted for other areas, while some are specific to their original purpose. Please contact for more information

Non Responsive

* Please note that we are no longer creating new sites with non-responsive tempates available on the system.

Internally visible designs

All sites at

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