- Author: Kevin Taniguchi
Don't forget to add helpful blog tags to your blog posts! Blog tags are a useful way to group related posts and quickly tell reader what a post is about. Blog tags are also useful for filtering and searching through your blog. To add a tag to you blog, type in your tag to the “Add Tags” box above the Save and Review button at the bottom of the page.
On Site Builder you can filter blog posts by tags to better direct which blogs show up. To do this select your blog asset and click “Edit Blog”. On the Page Asset Editor page find “Filter Posts By Tag(s)” and add your tags. Be sure to check for spelling errors!
We've booked a Site Builder training in Davis on August 7, 2013. This will be an introduction to the system, but we will also cover new design features and social media integration. The Davis training classes fill up very quickly, so don't delay if you are interested!
Please note: the training is for ANR personnel. If you are a volunteer or non-ANR UC staff, please contact Dave Krause to be placed on our waiting list.
After serving the division for five years, Alex Zangeneh-Azam is leaving the Web Action Team. Alex has had his hand in the design of just about every web application created or refreshed since he arrived. He's also been our main customer service support person for Site Builder, Surveys, Blogs, Collaborative Tools and most recently, Adobe Connect.
Alex's cool temperament has earned him a great deal of praise over the years, and his departure will be felt by all of those he has assisted.
If you'd like to send Alex a note, his last day will be February 22, 2013. After that, he will be moving to his new PROGRAMMING position at UC Davis. After stewing in the web cave for the past five years, Alex has finally morphed...
We've made a few changes to Site Builder and our Blog system that are worth sharing with you. Indeed, we should probably Pin a Tweet to our Wall and throw it in one of our Circles.
We've upgraded the Sharing feature of Site Builder and the Blogs to allow for the inclusion of a Twitter handle. This is your Twitter ID, the name following the "@" symbol. You can use a Twitter ID to locate a profile on their site, like this example: http://twitter.com/ANRWebGuy.
On the the page properties of your "home page," you can set the default Twitter handle for your site. If you have "sharing" enabled, any time someone shares to Twitter, your ID will go...
- Author: Bryon J. Noel
For those of you who post a lot on the ANR Blogs you may have noticed a change on the Blog interface. The ability to add multiple Authors has been added to the Blogs. Each Author can be listed under any name the poster would like, even "King of the Universe" (should one feel the need to be listed as that).
When there are many authors sorting has been made easy with drag and dropping the author to the proper location. of course the arrows are always available if needed.
Here you can see an Author being edited. Everything can be edited to suit the need.