Stanford’s vast web presence is maintained by many distributed groups across campus and includes a wide variety of applications and hosting platforms, including the legacy AFS platform. AFS is minimally supported and hosts a number of websites created by individuals and other organizations in unsupported, outdated and vulnerable versions of web tools.
May to August 2019
Identify all active and inactive Drupal websites and owning individuals and/or organizations
Fall 2019 through Spring 2020
Notify Drupal website web owners of the need to move to alternative hosting platforms
Fall 2020 through present
We encourage users to retire their unused Drupal sites on AFS and move active Drupal sites to a cloud-based CMS platform. Explore options for building and maintaining your website, and what University IT (UIT) recommends based on your needs in this website hosting guide.
How to delete AFS-based website
If you have a website on web.stanford.edu (AFS) that is no longer needed, you can submit a request with your website information to UIT, and we will delete the website for you.
Submit request to delete site