- Author: Dave Krause
Image sliders allow you to present your graphic content in an active manner. Instead of including one image, or a gallery of images, a slider will automatically move from image to image or allow the user to click through images using arrows.
The trend towards using image sliders to display content has made them nearly ubiquitous; however, there are voices out there suggesting that conversion rates plummet when image sliders are in place (conversion rates are a measure of when a web site visitor becomes a customer or clicks a link to read more information on a topic or story).
- Posted By: Jon Wilson
- Written by: Jon Wilson, Dave Krause
Everyone, say hello to the new SB3 assets, iFrame and Mailing List. New assets, say hello to everyone.
Now you can display your off-site GIS content within a tidy, 2-column display, 1-column display, or you can blow it up in glorious full screen. The following image shows the...
- Posted By: Alex Zangeneh-Azam
- Written by: Alex Zangeneh Azam
"The problem is all inside your site
She said to me
The answer is easy if you
Take it logically
I'd like to help you
in your struggle with SB3
There must be five ways
for a better sitebuilder 3"
Hello all! five action bucks if you can name that song!
I've been jotting down a few ideas that have helped me with creating new sites - especially complex ones - and I wanted to share them.
- If you're starting from scratch, make a simple diagram, and note the pages you'll need to create. This becomes especially helpful when you form your site with navigation and sub pages...
- Author: Dave Krause
Yesterday, your Web Action Team drove to Oakland to participate in an all day web accessibility training as part of UC's effort to meet Section 508 and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. Not only are we required to meet Section 508 guidelines, we should also comply with WCAG 2.0 guidelines as Section 508 is a bit dated and not as comprehensive as WCAG.
While Site Builder 3 is in pretty good shape, we run many, many applications here, and our goal is to bring all of our systems into compliance. However, we can only...
- Author: Bryon J. Noel
It time for another Blog update. This time the Blog update is on the Site Builder 3.0. People have really liked the Blog Showcase. So we decided to give people the option of using that view within their Site Builder 3.0 websites. Here's some examples:
This extra wide view can only be sen when the left navigation has been removed.
This is the normal full page size.
For pages with multiple columns the Showcase view adjusts it's number of columns accordingly.