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  1. Aug. 12, 2020WCMS Kitchen sink survey summary

    IST's Web Development team conducted a WCMS Kitchen sink survey to gather feedback from WCMS users on some general questions we have for the WCMS 3 rebuild project.

    The survey was available to all WCMS content maintainers for a period of approximately two weeks and received submissions from 64 participants who were asked to comment on various content types, formatting processes, and functionality.

  2. July 31, 2020WCMS 2.9.0 release

    All WCMS "FDSU", single page, conference and publication sites are being upgraded to WCMS 2.9.0.

    This upgrade is scheduled to be deployed to pilot sites overnight on Wednesday, September 23, and to production sites starting on Monday, September 28.

    This is intended to be the final feature release for WCMS 2, with any future releases being maintenance-only (patches, security).

    These release notes are subject to change without notice.

  3. July 16, 2020WCMS 3 Kitchen sink survey

    What is happening? Information Systems & Technology’s (IST) Web Development team has launched a survey to gather feedback from WCMS users on some general questions we have for the WCMS 3 rebuild project

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  1. Oct. 23, 2020Web Dev Rev wrap-up for October 23, 2020
    WCMS Web Dev Rev

    This week's Web Dev Rev had notes covering various Drupal change notices, the MDN web developer needs assessment survey, a free "hyperlegible" font, and more. We finished with a recommendation to watch a video on implementing schema in Drupal 8, from Drupal GovCon 2020. Click through to read the whole blog post...

  2. Oct. 9, 2020Web Dev Rev wrap-up for October 9, 2020
    WCMS Web Dev Rev

    This week's Web Dev Rev had notes on what's going on with Drupal 10, a complete guide to CSS media queries, assorted free online conferences coming soon, and more. We finished with a recommendation to watch a video showing a real-world example of using the U.S. Web Design System, from Drupal GovCon 2020. Click through to read the whole blog post...

  3. Sep. 25, 2020Web Dev Rev wrap-up for September 25, 2020
    WCMS Web Dev Rev

    This week's Web Dev Rev had notes about the University of West London's Drupal 7 to 8 migration, along with a look at the tab key as an accessibility testing tool, accessible, inclusive online comics and more. We finished with a recommendation to watch a video on writing CSS with accessibility in mind from CSS Café. Click through to read the whole blog post...

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