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 […]
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 […]
Bring your party hat. I’ll make cupcakes. Slideshow reordering arrived yesterday.
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 […]
#TeamWebComm has a bit of a competitive streak (okay – more than “a bit”), so for a bit of team building this week, Dave took us on a field trip to the Fred Jones, Jr. Museum of Art for a scavenger hunt – WebComm style. Three teams of three were given a QR code like […]
If you’re comfortable with HTML and want an easy way to add the Facebook “Like” button to your page, Facebook makes this easy for you with plugins. In CQ5, there’s a component available to custom migrations called “script” which makes this plugin available to use in your site.
The Case District IV awards were just announced and some of OU’s projects made the list!
Recently, and the timing here is purely coincidental, we’ve been ranked “Average” in a Web Accessibility study done by Illinois University. I know we can do better than Average. Read more about the study here. On the development side of the CMS, we take web accessibility very seriously. Because you know, it’s the law and […]
We’ve received some great feedback lately about the OU Campus Calendar and wanted to share what has come out of this: advanced search features! This little box you see underneath the calendar grid highlights our recent phase of calendar development and will hopefully prove extremely useful while searching and browsing for events.
Tulsa.ou.edu has officially gone live in CQ5 and is now ou.edu/tulsa. After a long migration and lots of hard work, this marks the largest migration of a single site into the CMS to date. In other words – it’s kinda a big deal. We started discussions with the Tulsa IT and Public Affairs teams in […]