Though Facebook is one of the most popular ways to manage photos online, one major problem with sharing the photos is that they want everyone to stay within Facebook. As website developers and content editors, we have the ability to create dynamic content on our own webpages, including galleries and slideshows.
May 4, 2011 1:30-3:00 Administrative Center, Plaza Room Agenda Welcome Recap of last meeting Announcements – Open to the group Dev.umkc.edu access off campus – Central Systems Rotating photos tool – Alia Herrman WordPress updates – Vishal Kurup Trumba calendar options – Srilatha Kancharla Presentation – Jquery – Vishal Kurup Resources/Cool tools Questions, Comments, Suggestions?
A large-scale scan of the top million web sites (per Alexa traffic data) was performed in early 2010 using the Nmap Security Scanner and its scripting engine. Afterward, a visualization of all of the websites and their hierarchy was created using each site’s favicon and sizing it based on the reach of all sites using [...]
Promotions is finding simple and effective ways to tell the stories about your unit or department that will motivate users to want to learn more, enroll, send their kid or give money to UMKC. Simple rules… Condense stories, write for the Web. Use student, alumni, faculty, and staff profiles to tell stories. Relate to the [...]
Agenda Welcome Recap of last meeting Real Media Server & Flash Media Server – Vishal Kurup Project Management using SharePoint – Ali Haider Resources Information Exchange – content management systems and using your Web site as a promotional tool Questions, Comments, Suggestions? Actions Contact Kartik Ponnala or Vishal Kurup if you need any files retrieved [...]
Agenda Welcome UMKC Catalog – What it is and is not; how you can help (Michael Strait) Web2.umkc.edu Update (Andy Goodenow) Promotion opportunities on the Web site (John Verssue) News and Announcements Web Resources and Tools (Vishal Kurup, Alia) Questions, Comments, Suggestions? Actions When a Web site references the UMKC Catalog, it is best to [...]
At our February meeting, we discussed a tool google provides that will dynamically translate a Web page into another language. Ron Ramphal discussed how he has implemented this tool on the Welcome Center site. You can find the code for this tool on the google translate website.
In an attempt to cut down on redundancy on our servers, I’ve installed jquery on the main server in the umkc-standards folder, the same folder where the standard CSS and header/footer files are located. I’ve posted an example page in the folder so that you can see the tool in action. http://www.umkc.edu/umkc-standards/jquery/ If you want [...]