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    Edlio School Website Conversion:  The District’s school website host, will begin migrating to edlio.


    With this upgrade, school websites may take advantage of the following new features:

    • Responsive design to enable users to better view school websites on their mobile devices, i.e., smartphones and tablets
    • New and easy-to-use design tools
    • Better controls and rights management
    • Enhanced ADA Accessibility (WCAG 2.0-508 Compliance)


    Below are steps that your school’s website administrator needs to take to convert & publish your school’s website to edlio.


    Edlio Web Admin resources:

    Step 1.    Watch this video if new to web Admin and learn the basics. 


    Step 2.    If you need more guides search for your specific needs here. Video Gallery | Edlio Help Center 

    Step 3.    If you need to contact Edlio for additional support related to pages and/or the Content Management System, follow the link provided. Technical Support Tickets - Edlio Help Center 


    The School Loop Guides should provide you with the information and tools to both convert and publish your school’s website to version 2.  If you need assistance beyond these resources, please contact the ITD Help Desk.  Contact options are available at

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