Tom is #TeamWebComm’s jack-of-all trades.
Friends, #TeamWebComm is thrilled to announce our newest addition has finally arrived. Gina Petruccelli, our new, highly anticipated (and much-needed) CMS migrations manager, is already moving ahead at full speed. She has taken over all CQ migrations projects, and we couldn’t be happier to have her. Especially me. Phew!
If you don’t have access to Photoshop, Aviary Image Editor is a great alternative. The interface reminds me of Photoshop, but the Aviary Image Editor is a web-based solution. Plus, it is free.
Firefox 3.6 is no longer supported by Mozilla. If you still have Firefox 3.6, Mozilla will automatically upgrade you to Firefox 12 by early May. Firefox 6-10 work with CQ5. We have yet to discover any new issues with Firefox 12 and CQ5, but please report any issues to us as (or if) they are […]
For the February Lunch and Punch Workshop, we partnered with The Div and iThemes. Cory Miller, The Div President, Inc., and iThemes Media LLC co-founder/CEO, presented this material. Oh, he also is also the author of “WordPress All-In-One for Dummies” and “The Entrepreneurial Adventure: Is It For You?” And, he is a pretty cool guy. […]
Pinterest is not just for crafts, recipes, and wedding planning anymore. According to a recent Shareaholic study, Pinterest drives more traffic that Google Plus, LinkedIn, and YouTube combined. In January 2012, it ranked just behind content-sharing giants Google and Twitter. Mashable says Pinterest is social media’s rising star. Time magazine listed Pinterest as one of […]
We just want to give you a quick update on Firefox upgrades and CQ5 compatibility. Firefox 8 plays nicely with CQ5. We’ve been testing it for a bit, and it appears to work like a charm. If you are still using FF 3 or if you participated in the FF 6 beta test, please […]
Sometimes it’s easier to resolve an issue with someone right beside you…. If you want in-person support, visit us during our open office hours. Beginning next Wednesday, Nov. 30, Web Communications will open up our office for you. Just bring your laptop and questions. No appointments necessary. I’ll be available for help with CMS components, […]
I hate it when I can’t follow up with CMS users immediately. It really bothers me. Unfortunately, my desk time is limited, and/or I may not have an immediate answer. Also, the campus CMS now supports more than 100 websites and 250+ CMS users, so we’re staying pretty busy. After a bit of […]
WebComm partnered with EduBlogs, an education-centric blogging platform, to offer a safe, secure, and well-supported blogging solution. Essentially, it is a multisite WordPress install managed by WebComm and with support from EduBlogs. The blogs are now available to colleges, divisions, and administrative departments upon request. Blogs are a great way to feature new releases, outstanding […]