About two years ago I wrote a gadget that would check in files across all sites in OU Campus. We have been using it since then and it has worked great! Recently, however, we started using workflow and noticed that the gadget would check back in files that are under workflow, scheduled or set to […]
At the 2018 OU Conference in Anaheim California, I mentioned that I am using GIT to push XSL changes to both a testing and development XSL locations. Some folks expressed interest in this setup and wanted to know more about it. This post will hopefully answer some questions and help you determine what setup will work […]
Resources, slides, and code from my session about quality control with XSL at the 2018 OmniUpdate User Training Conference!
How can I encourage/remind content authors to add meta descriptions to their web pages?
At the 2017 OmniUpdate Training Conference Hackathon a group created an application that would connect Amazon’s Alexa with OU Campus. The application right now will return the number of files a user checks out and will check them back in.
Slides, resources and notes from my presentation at the 2017 OU Campus User Conference in San Diego.
The University of Northern Colorado has recently embraced all things analytics and as part of that we had a need to add event tracking code to buttons. The best use of this is when a pdf or document needs to be tracked. Since that content can’t have the analytics code, the link to it can […]
Using a server rewrite, a url such as http://example.org/jesse could read from http://example.org/jesse.php. However, in the content management system the link would go to the .php version. How can the URL be rewritten from:
Another use case might be that /index.html should be replaced with /. This variation is explained towards the bottom.
Step 1: […]
In the previous tutorial, data was pulled into a page using OU Campus’ Tags. In this tutorial, data will be pulled in based on a folder location, sorted and then displayed.
Update: The UNC Library site has been published and uses tags! The demo site still works as well and is a bit more simplified.
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