Intended Audience: TERMINALFOUR WEB MAINTAINERS, END-USER MODERATORS, PRIMARY WEB COORDINATORS TIP: Always check the existing page you plan to duplicate for special CSS classes attached to page elements. Special classes may disappear when you replace page elements such… Read More
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Intended Audience: TERMINALFOUR WEB MAINTAINERS, END-USER MODERATORS, PRIMARY WEB COORDINATORS TIP: When you add events to your Google calendar make sure the events are public or they will not show up on your homepage in T4. Takeaway: Learn how… Read More
Intended Audience: TERMINALFOUR WEB MAINTAINERS, END-USER MODERATORS, PRIMARY WEB COORDINATORS and CONTRIBUTORS TIP: You can update existing assets from the T4 media library Takeaway: Updating T4 assets in the media library allows you to keep the most current… Read More
Intended Audience: TERMINALFOUR WEB MAINTAINERS, END-USER MODERATORS, and PRIMARY WEB COORDINATORS TIP: Remember to take a mobile first approach Takeaway: Before you publish out in T4 and make your website live, check to see how well your website… Read More
Wow! That’s a lot of bugs! And appearing again for another year is Bug Week at the University of Florida! Visit http://bugs.ufl.edu for more information about insects, featuring the UF/IFAS Entomology and Nematology Department!
Over the last decade, Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, located in the northwestern portion of Florida, have suffered a number of economic setbacks due to hurricanes, market instability, and the real and perceived damage from the 2010 oil… Read More
Here is a quick tutorial for adding a video to a Blogs.ifas post
Intended Audience: TERMINALFOUR WEB MAINTAINERS, END USER MODERATORS, PRIMARY WEB COORDINATORS, T4 SYSTEM USERS TIP: T4 Section names become page titles when the website goes live EXPLANATION: Whatever you name the section that becomes the title of the page… Read More
Jewel Midelis, web writer with IFAS Communications, highlights some features on the blogs.ifas blogging site and explains how blogging can further your Extension, department or specialty programs out reach!