A new theme was put on the websites. It has new text styles and a light gray background with an image of the Waterman Farm looking toward downtown Columbus at the bottom of each page.
The updated Photo Gallery allows you to do many of the things you have been asking for in a Photo Gallery. You can now “batch upload” – this means you can select one or many images to upload at one time. You can now drag and drop the images in the Photo Gallery to rearrange them. It is now possible for you to select what image will be the avatar for your Photo Gallery.
The Event content type has been updated. This update:
• Adds a header image to events that will show on the lists of Events under the Events tab, and in the upper right corner of the full Event (under the important information block).
• Reformats the home page upcoming events block to show the month and day of the Event in white text on a black background.
• Standardizes the date display to be a quasi ap style on all the other displays. (three letter month, day, four number year).
Responsive web design is an approach to web design aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing and interaction experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones).
The Buckeye Alert System is a cross platform notification system allowing the university to reach out to students and staff over nearly two dozen communication methods. All CFAES Drupal sites now participate in the Buckeye Alert System. When the university issues an alert our sites will display the message at the top of our pages with a red banner. The addition of the Buckeye Alert System does not interfere with any other site functionality and our websites will behave normally during an Alert.
This week an update to the CFAES News module was pushed out to most of our Drupal 7 sites. This update makes some visual changes to how images and dates display in articles, as well as new options for subscribing to articles.
This reply is from eLearning Support in response to the question “can you get any analytics for U.OSU pages.” If you are using U.OSU this might be something you would want to pursue. Bonnie
I write in response to your question about analytics in U.OSU. I saw that you've had to wait to hear back from us. I realize that can be frustrating. I apologize for the delay and any inconvenience this may have caused you and your team in FAES.
An update to the newsletter module was done on Sunday September 6, 2015. This update includes a new index block for the archive pages as well as a new “Print Friendly View” which displays the full articles for the issue so that the whole issue can be printed at once. The update also contained some fixes to the relational fields for articles, events, and media mentions.
If you are having any problems viewing your website after this update, clear the cache on your browser this might fix the problem. If you continue to have problems please put in a ticket at the IT Help Desk.