The Web Workers group, hosted by Strategic Communications, has posted the video sessions from its quarterly meeting on August 16th. As the majority of them focus on our new Layout Builder feature, we encourage you to check them out.
We're thrilled to present the biggest step forward in SiteFarm's feature-rich offerings since we launched the service in 2016. New layout builder system, new blocks, new styles now all at your fingertips.
It's a common point of confusion for people to ask what the difference is between their live site and their *.sf.ucdavis.edu site. This post is all about understanding that, in the end, your site is your site no matter its name, just like Shakespeare intended.
As we announced earlier this month, we have a slate of fixes, updates, and new features scheduled for release this year. The first phase rolls out with our scheduled update late this evening. Read on to see what we're including.
Is your webform a little on the long side? Did you already know this and tried breaking it up into sections using the wizard page tool? Do people pack a lunch and block off time on their Outlook calendar when they know they have to submit something on your site? Yeah—maybe give these folks a way to save their spot and come back to it when they have time to finish your form, and let us give you a helping hand to add this feature to your form if it needs it.
Protect your content from being hidden by search engines in case of duplicated content. Learn more from our guest writer, Director of Web Communications at Strategic Communications, Tristan Peery, about canonical tags and how to use them effectively.
Your Font Awesome icons were displaying just fine before and, maybe, you could swear this may have happened before, but now your icons were supposed to be fixed, so what's going on? Why have your icons disappeared or aren't showing up at all now?
You've spent hours working on your site and everything is ready. You've launched it to the web so it's live and then waited a week or two, but no one has come to visit. You check Google and discover your site doesn't even show up when searched, not by title or perhaps by URL. What's happening and how do you fix this?
Anthony shows us how to duplicate some of the layouts and components found on the UCDavis.edu home site. Settle in to watch his two-part video tutorial and learn the best practices for this approach to site design.