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Accessibility Disclosures for Attached Document Files

Some document files attached to Georgia Tech website pages may be in a format that requires an additional browser extension or a special application on your computer or device to be able to open them.  The following disclosures describe how to utilize the most commonly found types of files in use at Georgia Tech:

Adobe PDF

Some more-recent web browsers have the ability to download and view PDFs.  If your browser does not have this support, you will need a PDF reader on your computer or device such as Adobe Acrobat Reader.

A Non-Web Developers Guide to a Website Redesign



Planning a website redesign is daunting, and the process is long and tedious — especially if you don't do it on a regular basis.

Have no fear: This guide aims to help make your job easier by providing an overview of the common phases and resources involved in a website redesign project so that you can set expectations and properly staff your internal and/or external teams. 

Connecting to GitHub Enterprise (command-line)

Connecting to GitHub Enterprise at Georgia Tech, unlike, requires a few additional steps because GitHub Enterprise is not publicly accessible.

Please note that it is much easier to connect to GitHub Enterprise via GitHub Desktop, which natively supports enterprise installs like GitHub Enterprise at Georgia Tech.

To facilitate access to a repository in GitHub Enterprise at Georgia Tech, follow the directions below.