Users of the Professional Web Presence (PWP) service can not install their own themes and plugins, but do have a number of pre-installed themes and plugins available to them on the PWP server. Site owners can also request that new plugins and themes be installed, but they must:
- Be of value to more than just yourself
- Be stable (must have a production release)
- Be currently supported by a plugin or theme maintainer.
- Not have any adverse effect on the PWP service and existing plugins
- Not duplicate functionality of existing plugins or existing specialty web services provided by Georgia Tech
In addition to the above, requested themes must:
- Be able to function without requiring a a custom plugin in addition to the theme
- Not allow for WordPress file structure bypass
- Be accessibility compliant to WCAG 2.0 Level AA standards
PWP administrators reserve the right to remove a plugin or theme (with a minimum of one month’s notice when possible) if the plugin or theme:
- Is abandoned by its maintainer(s)
- Is found to have a notable security vulnerability that is not fixed quickly by the maintainer(s)
- Changes in a way that causes it to become incompatible with the PWP service
Please review the Installed Themes and Installed Plugins lists before submitting a request for a new theme or plugin.