In an effort to provide the highest level of security for our members, we have disabled connections to AAUW’s secure online services from devices using any Transport Layer Security (TLS) Protocol less than 1.1. Any device that is not using TLS 1.1 or higher will not be able to logon to AAUW’s online services. Today, all recent versions of the major internet browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Internet Explorer) support TLS 1.1 and higher. This complies with industry standard secure payment processing and helps to protect your private data.
The chart below shows what O/S (Operating Systems) and browsers support TLS 1.1 & TLS 1.2. Only users of older versions of Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome, or Firefox as their browser will not have the ability to support TLS 1.1 & 1.2. If you are using an unsupported browser and need to access the Membership Services Database, access your Site Resources branch or state website, make an online donation or submit a membership form, or access other members-only materials on AAUW websites, you will need to install an alternate browser such as Chrome, Firefox, Opera or upgrade to a newer version of the browser and operating system. Links to download alternate browsers are below.
|OPERATING SYSTEM / BROWSER VERSION
||SUPPORT TLS 1.1 & 1.2
|All Windows O/S using Firefox (versions 36 or greater) or Chrome (versions 41 or greater)
|All Windows O/S using last nine versions of Opera
|All Windows 7, 8, or 10 using Internet Explorer 11
|Windows 7 users using version 9 or 10 of Internet Explorer (**must be manually enabled)
|All Windows Vista using Internet Explorer
|All Windows XP using Internet Explorer
|All Mac OS X 10.9 -10.11 using Safari version 7 or greater (Earlier versions or Safari are not supported)
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Changes occur for branches every day and one of those changes may involve changes in website support. Many website managers ask that new users be added to websites as editors after the initial launch of their sites.
An Editor is someone who can publish and manage the posts and pages created by him/herself as well as by others. In other words, Editors have the ability to write, publish, and edit anything on the website. They are in charge of the entire publishing side of WordPress, which is why it is best to limit the number of Editors to 5 people. Assign this role to someone who knows the “big picture” of what your website should be doing for your branch.
Visit the AAUW Site Resources website and complete the Request Form for New Website Editor.
AAUW Site Resources recommends creating branch e-mail accounts rather than using personal email accounts.
Example: WhovilleAAUW@gmail.com – GOOD
CindyLouWho@hotmail.com – BAD
Using a branch e-mail account rather than personal accounts will ensure that all communication with Site Resources is in one place and can be passed on to new branch web managers or communications officers in the future.