Web application developer support from Media Services is now located in the new Learning Commons building. Our office is located on the third level, in room 329. Please direct Web development inquiries to Brian and Tony via the Web Publishing Support Request form.
The right-column element used to display events has been updated to work with calendars created in the Event Manager system. Like the standard version of the Event summary/details element, this element requires one parameter - the ID number of a calendar configured in the Event Manager.
The Campus Calendar has been updated to include a mechanism to create a list of tags, and associate tags with individual events. A custom calendar can then be configured, selecting events with a particular tag. More detail on this feature can be found in the Campus Calendar's Help section.
The Commonspot web and database servers have moved from the IT building to the new Data Center, in advance of the major migration for university systems planned for this weekend. With the cms web and database servers already in place, we should have a stable and available Web presence throughout the weekend.
The Web, database, and directory servers that support the www.scu.edu Web system are moving from their current location in the Information Technology building to the new Data Center in the Learning Commons.
The content well and right column elements for site-specific search forms and result display have been updated. These elements display a search form that can be used to submit a keyword search to SCU's Google Custom Search index, and limit search results to a specific SCU site.
A new Web site has been created to catalog SCU-related blogs. The SCU Blog Index lists blogs published by SCU individuals and organizations, and includes those managed within Commonpost, the Webpages personal publishing system, as well as blogs hosted outside of the SCU network.