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"There was a problem logging in"

August 30, 2019
You thought you set up your site for CAS for the campus community, but your visitors are seeing "There was a problem logging, please contact the site administrator" even though they did log in and can see the content. What's going on here?

SiteFarm 6.2.0 Released

May 02, 2019
A minor release containing several bug fixes, small upgrades, and Drupal-released security patches was implemented on Sunday, April 28, 2019.

Use Twig to create interactive webform calculations

April 01, 2019
We recently spoke with Ryan Jones from TAPS goClub group about a fascinating project to show commuters just how much pollution they are individually contributing to the environment. In addition to the eye-opening data it provides, the webform created by Ryan and his colleague Ramon Zavala also provides a perfect example of how you can incorporate calculations into your forms and share them with your users.

Take in the View: Create a multi-tag filter system for visitors

March 06, 2019
We recently had a feature request from a client looking for a visitor-facing tag filter system to find content that shares more than one tag. As this is a niche request, the View won't be added to the service, but it's an interesting exercise in creating a user interface that allows your visitors to drill down to the specific topic content they want to see.

Building Blocks: Creating a custom sorted list of people for your directory

February 26, 2019
When the default directory listing isn't as granular as you need it to be to clearly denote the hierarchical order of your unit, especially as it relates to your leadership, consider creating your own custom Person List block to help you achieve your goal.

"Where did the AddThis social share buttons go?"

February 25, 2019
Firefox users have reported issues with a large blank space in an article where they would have expected the Share This buttons to live. What happened to them? How do you get them back?

SiteFarm 6.1.0 Released

February 12, 2019
A minor release containing several bug fixes, small upgrades, and Drupal-released security patches.

New feature request tool in SiteFarm

January 28, 2019
One of the things we love about working with all of you is your interest in seeing SiteFarm improve and grow. Many of you have offered ideas that have been instrumental to our development path and overall vision for the future. We want to make it even easier for you to get involved. Welcome to Receptive.io.

Changelog SiteFarm 6.0.0 Released

December 03, 2018
This latest release of SiteFarm 6.0.0 comes with several high-impact updates and features to create added value for your sites, including Google Custom Search and the UC System's SiteImprove plugin for improving SEO, content quality, and accessibility compliance.

Changelog 5.3.0 Released [Updated]

October 15, 2018
Our latest change, released just this past weekend, is an important infrastructure update designed to improve server and caching performance. It's not only a system update with important benefits, but it's also an update that can have a noticeable effect on how your site updates depending on where you've been doing your edits to this point.

10 Things to make your BADCamp rock!

October 12, 2018
Are you attending BADCamp 2018 this year? We hope you are! But if you're new to the event or haven't attended in a while, here are some suggestions from the event organizers to help make your experience more comfortable and enjoyable.

"How do I add a banner image to my news or blog page?"

October 01, 2018
The short answer? You don't. Views are intended to be lists of other content and don't have a built-in mechanism for displaying a top banner as the Basic page does. That said, it's still possible, but it comes with its own set of pros and cons.

Change log 5.1.0 and 5.2.0, and near future

September 26, 2018
This past Sunday we released a minor upgrade and series of patches to the Service, with an emergency patch of 5.2.0. The details of those updates, along with a list of items we're hoping to include in a future release, follow.