The following questions were submitted for the UF/IFAS unit TERMINALFOUR Webinar. The recorded Webinar is here: http://goo.gl/c4xEgT. To ask other questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add them to the list. For current updates regarding the UF/IFAS unit status migration to TERMINALFOUR go… Read More
Category: UF/IFAS Webteam
Save the date: Click here to submit questions The event will be held here: http://ufifas.adobeconnect.com/t4-implementation/
UF/IFAS has a specific implementation plan for migrating websites to TerminalFour (T4). A webinar will be held in the future to discuss website implementation under the UF/IFAS domain. Here are current UF updates about T4: Update Spring UF… Read More
Introduction CSS – Cascading Style Sheets – allow the styling of a webpage to be separate from the HTML code. This also makes changing the look of a website easier because any change in the style sheet is reflected… Read More
TERMINALFOUR Chosen as UF’s Web Content Management System Information taken from: http://news.it.ufl.edu/web-services/ February 21, 2014 After an extensive evaluation process, a committee comprised of college and department staff from across campus selected TERMINALFOUR as UF’s web content management (WCM) system. The… Read More
UF/IFAS Web Services launched a new Gulf Coast Research Center Website. The website features new and improved ways of communicating through images, videos and brief text. The website’s goal is to highlight UF/IFAS GCREC specialties. So, the website’s main page emphasizes five specialties unique… Read More
The webinar this morning was AWESOME. Here is a link: Introducing Blogs.IFAS. The webinar was hosted by UF/IFAS Web Services.
WordPress-To-Web is an enhancement developed in-house at UF/IFAS Communications for Blogs. IFAS WordPress-To-Web pulls content from Blogs.IFAS into other websites using an rss feed. While there are other features that can pull rss feeds into other websites, wordpress… Read More
It’s Youth Development Month on Solutions For Your Life. Hot topics such as Youth and Video Games and Involving Youth in Community Development will focus on preparing children for adulthood and helping them become responsible, productive citizens.
The Smith-Lever Toolkit has been updated. New features include: Order forms for posters, flyers, banners, full-size cutouts, magnets, window, clings, pens Printable posters, flyers, and banners Extension History Timeline and Quiz Proclamations and messaging PowerPoint Templates Videos Events Calendar… Read More