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Welcome to Web Resources

Web Resources is intended to be a “hub” for website maintainers at Waterloo. Request a website. Stay informed by joining the UWweb mailing list. And, don’t forget to familiarize yourself with the campus-wide web guidelines and policies that pertain to your site.

  1. Aug. 1, 2018Google Maps temporarily disabled – August 1

    What is happening? The Google map that appears when you enter a location in the Events and Services content types in the WCMS is being temporarily disabled due to a change to Google’s custom map policy. IST is currently working on a permanent replacement and will inform the campus community when it is implemented.

  2. July 31, 2018WCMS during the MC power shutdown – August 17-31

    What is happening? There is a planned power outage in the Math & Computer (MC) building, which will affect the WCMS.

  3. July 18, 2018Co-op student training for the Fall term

    Have you hired a co-op student to work on your site in the WCMS? Co-op student training will be offered September 5 and 6 from 9:00 a.m. - noon in MC 1078 (this is the SEW099, WCMS for Content Maintainers course). They must attend both mornings to receive credit. Register your co-op student for training.

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  1. Aug. 17, 2018Web Dev Rev wrap-up for August 17, 2018WCMS Web Dev Rev

    This week at Web Dev Rev, notes included Drupal's partnership with GitLab and the php:// "protocol", and we watched a video about how to keep up with CSS. Click through to read the whole blog post...

  2. July 27, 2018Web Dev Rev wrap-up for July 27, 2018WCMS Web Dev Rev

    This week at Web Dev Rev, notes included the latest Drupal 8 release and finding a "conference buddy", and we watched a video about container queries. Click through to read the whole blog post...

  3. July 26, 2018WCMS update for July 2018

    In this issue:

    • Power outage in August expected to affect web service
    • Policy 58 - Accessibility, websites needing review/remediation
    • Co-op student training for the Fall term
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