Our Common Look and Feel

The UBC CLF has a 12-column grid system, improved typography and fonts, dozens of UI components, icons, widgets, buttons, and styles for just about every design need.

With approximately 20% of people being affected by some form of disability and a growing population of older people with changing abilities due to aging, making the Faculty’s websites accessible is a high priority for us. That’s why we’ve designed the Faculty of Education CLF to meet UBC CLF standards and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, an internationally recognized standard for Web Accessibility.

WordPress WordPress How To Guide

WordPress How To Guide

You will learn what WordPress is, how to set up a new website, how to format your page, and more.
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Design Style Guide

This section of the website is to introduce the CLF, design specifications, and templates.
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CLF Features

This guide will cover WordPress CLF such shortcodes, featured images, css and more.
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