Hi fellow market-eers, On Wednesday, March 29, we welcomed Rob Stone to campus. Rob is the President/CEO of Marketing 2 Point 0 in Edmond, OK, and is an expert in field of all things SEO (search engine optimization). After hearing Rob speak at a PRSA meeting in January that I attended with my good buddy […]
Why a content-first approach? When you’re considering a website redesign, you may be tempted to think about the design first and figure out the content later. Don’t. Content should be the priority. Everyone wants an attractive website that utilizes the newest trends and technologies, but even the most beautiful site on the web is going […]
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!
Webaim This is a pretty prolific site that has a cool little toolbar to install to your bowser. It’s called Wave. You’ve probably seen it before. It’s a great tool, but it is also easy to fool. Just because your site passes with no accessibility errors, does not mean it’s accessible. It only means it […]
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 […]
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 […]
Bring your party hat. I’ll make cupcakes. Slideshow reordering arrived yesterday.
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Quick update on Firefox upgrades and CQ5 compatibility. We’ve asked you all to stay on Firefox 3 until Adobe releases a new fix to make CQ5 compatible with Firefox 4, 5 and 6. At this point we don’t have an official fix, but based on some user feedback and some individual use cases, it looks […]