With Princeton Site Builder you can extend your website's content types and functionality beyond the features that are provided by default.

Enabling Modules

  1. Log in as a user with the Site Admin role.
  2. From the Admin Toolbar, click Manage » Configuration » System » Modules
  3. Click Enable next to the module you want to enable. This process make take a minute or two.

For specific documentation on each module, refer to the list below.

Disabling Modules

It is not currently possible to disable a module after it has been enabled, but WDS plans to add this in a future release.

Configuring Modules

Some modules have configuration settings to control certain behaviors or features of the module. For example, the Events module allows site admins to configure the date and time format for the event detail pages.

Some modules do not have any configuration options at all.

To control the configuration options, a user with the Site Admin role should visit Manage » Configuration » System » Modules from the Admin Toolbar and click the "Settings" button for the module they want to configure. This button is only available if the module is already enabled and if it has settings to available to configure.

Available Modules

Accordion Block

Use accordions to shorten pages and scan through topic headings.


Show a brief message or announcement that can be displayed on either your home page or all pages.


Import and add Princeton courses to your website.


Create a calendar of events, announcements, deadlines or feature your event.

Image Gallery

Showcase your collections of photographs on your website.


Display LaTeX, MathML, and AsciiMath notation using the open-source MathJax library.

My PrincetonU

The My PrincetonU module enables integration between My PrincetonU and a Site Builder website by importing…


Add news and announcements to your website.  


Default content type commonly used for most pages of your website. 


Create a people directory or listing for your department, office, center or program. 

Resource Link

Display and categorize links with descriptions and images to internal or external pages and documents. 

Share, Print, and Email Links

Add share, print and email links to your pages.

Social Sharing

Control how your web pages look when they are shared on social networks.  


Use webforms for making forms and surveys for users to submit information to you.