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A good photo essay will include an establishing, medium, and close-up shot. And a kitten, if you’re lucky.
I just found out there’s this thing called WordCamp Seattle happening June 8th at the HUB Ballroom. For a mere $20 (and free if you’re a student), you can surround yourself with other WordPress enthusiasts and learn things you never knew about WordPress. And the best part? You don’t have to be a developer to get the most out of this conference.
If you were on campus Friday, you might have noticed some activity over on Red Square. So what was going on? Why, HuskyFest 2013 and an Earth Day kick-off, you sillies. Check out the videos made by Katherine and Kilian to relive the festivities.
Just in time for the afternoon slump, here’s our Tegrity recording from today’s Web Council. We learn from Ian Lurie on how to increase search engine ranking by making our content “weird, useful, and significant.” Then we hear from Gina Hills and Terry Thompson about how to use SiteImprove to improve web site accessibility.
If you care about Python or you want to learn what all the fuss is about, then I have great news. On September 9th through the 13th, UW is proud to host the Seattle PyCamp 2013! If you have not heard about this amazing resource or want to learn more, please keep reading.
Hot off the presses, it’s the spring release of what will be an ongoing series of Wordpress banner packs using photography from around our beautiful campus. Included are 14 custom headers that can be easily uploaded to your UW Wordpress theme.
We’re very excited about this week’s Web Council lineup. We’ll have special guest Ian Lurie teach us practical ways to increase our search visibility (go SEO!), plus we’ll learn about improving site accessibility using SiteImprove.
Welcome to our inaugural WordPress release notice! These posts are not meant to replace our history updates/release notes on GitHub. Instead, I envision this as a way to announce more notable updates and what they mean for our users. Those of you self-hosting our theme can get the new 1.2.8 UW WordPress Theme release over