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Support for Web publishing at Santa Clara University is provided by the Office of Marketing and Communications, Information Services, the Webmaster and Web Applications Developer in the Media Services department, and system and network administrators in the Information Technology department.

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Web Publishing News

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Firefox 3 Released
Firefox version 3 has just been released, and is available to download. Read More »
Firefox 3 beta and Commonspot
A new version of Firefox is now available in a beta release.  We've noticed a few issues in our initial tests using this Web browser and Commonspot.  The most noticeable impact on ease-of-use is that new browser windows are often not resized and positioned in standard forms.  For example, opening an editing window for a text block won't position the new window above the main view. The default settings for handling window opening and resizing can be modified through the Tools > Options > Content > Enable Javascript (advanced) options. Read More »
Internet Explorer 7 and Commonspot

In our initial testing, it appears that Internet Explorer 7 hasn't introduced any functional problems for Commonspot CMS users.  There are some differences in the way that IE7 handles CSS style sheets and Javascript, and since Commonspot's editing and display relies on both of these technologies, you'll probably encounter some unexpected results if you've upgraded your Internet Explorer browser to version 7.

Peoplesoft and Angel CMS users should delay upgrading to IE7 until both systems are certified for the new version.

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Send a support request to the SCU Web Publishing team in OMC and Media Services.

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