Leora developed a custom upstream with a repository on GitHub, managed with Composer and CircleCI in order to build multiple Rutgers sites managed with one theme and similar modules. She built a Drupal 8 site with a custom theme for Rutgers ITI Showcase with photo galleries, project lists built with Views, configuration files for theme set up, and displays of judges and instructors. She put together a directory and template for faculty pages for Rutgers School of Engineering. She built three sites for Rutgers Genetics. Leora manages the website for the NASA New Jersey Space Grant Consortium.
She began her web career by designing a site for her son's school. She was soon getting requests for more sites! The award-winning website for the Highland Park Environmental Commission was an early web creation. She redesigned a website for the Rutgers University Anthropology Department that was online from 2002-2005. For twelve years she worked as the webmaster for Rutgers Jewish Studies and helped put Rutgers Jewish Film Festival online. The e-learning project for the Rutgers Bildner Center, Jewish Studies Online, is visited by users around the globe and has free courses such as the Bible and History and the Inquisition and the Jews.
Leora Wenger has given talks at New Jersey libraries about social media, including Twitter, Facebook and blogging.