Ever wonder how to get that nifty home icon on your top navigation bar? It’s actually just a simple class added to a menu item. If you’re using the UW WordPress theme and already know how to customize your top menu, then you’re ready for our step-by-step tutorial.
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Don’t miss the March 21st Web Council. We’ll hear about how to use Tegrity to create web content, about how News & Information sharply increased their traffic, and how records retention might affect you and your web content.
“Light makes photography. Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.” – George Eastman
Our first ever Web Team class will be Tuesday, April 2nd and is titled “WordPress 101.” Priority for this class is given to current or future users of our hosted WordPress install. Read more for class details and to register.
Straight to the point. Awesome Friday photo from UW Student Life.
This is a list of plugins currently available for WordPress sites hosted by the Marketing Web Team. These plugins have been vetted by our developers and are already installed, but may need to be activated before you can use them on your site. If there is a plugin that you would like to use on this list, email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know the name of the plugin you want activated and the URL of your site.
Sometimes the best photos are the unusable ones. A lot of photography, and photojournalism in particular, is focused on capturing the decisive moment: the game-winning touchdown, a politician’s handshake, a wedding kiss. But often overlooked are the moments between the moments.
I thought Responsive Web Design wasn’t going to stick around more than a year, but with numbers like these who can argue its value? There are some pain points, and like any new technology, we have to work our way through these. One of my biggest headaches was trying to target high pixel density displays.
Save the date for UW Code Camp, a one-day conference to help the UW technical community make new connections and discuss challenges. The Code Camp goal is to provide an open forum for UW staff and students to share and collaborate on technology trends and issues.