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At a recent Website Support Clinic, I worked with a web publisher on how to add videos to her site. With the University’s media hosting platform Media Hopper, it’s now easier than ever to upload videos which can be embedded on EdWeb sites.
The move to EdWeb has offered the University a unique opportunity to shift to a new, more collaborative culture and take full advantage of the available knowledge and resources. UWP have taken the initiative of mapping a development collaborative framework for EdWeb through a project co-funded by the College of Science and Engineering.
Last week, I made my Web Publishers’ Community debut with a presentation on some of the common questions and issues that come up in our support calls and weekly support clinics. While we post all of our WPC presentation slides on our wiki, here’s a write-up of my presentation you can use for reference and share with colleagues.
At a recent Website Support Clinic, I worked with a newly trained EdWeb editor who had started building a new site and was having trouble moving pages to their correct location. I talked her though the ins and outs of the Location and Navigation tab, and how EdWeb determines the default location of a new page.
For the past 12 weeks, I have undertaken website appraisal and analytics tasks as part of my internship as a CMS Support Intern with the University Website Programme.
Redirects are a great way to ensure you don’t lose traffic to your site after making URL changes. However, redirecting unpublished pages in EdWeb presents issues for internal links; this post examines tops tips to minimise link breakage.
On Thursday 28 July, we’ll be deploying new functions into EdWeb: extra homepage flexibility, and a ‘call to action’ button for the central text editor.
We contributed two workshops to this year’s IWMW conference, sharing our knowledge and experience with web managers from universities across the UK.
Yesterday I ran a series of usability testing sessions that were observed by nearly 30 colleagues, most of whom are customers of our service. Some teams would want to do this in private, but not us! We’re happy to have our customers help us identify where we can improve.
Plus, we’ve more usability sessions in the next few weeks to showcase our new service, so read on to find out more and come along to the next one.