Santa Clara University

Web Publishing

Our Services

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

Firefox 3 Released
Firefox version 3 has just been released, and is available to download. Read More »
Podcast RSS Feed
You can use the RSS Display element to include a podcast RSS feed, and display an embedded audio player for each of the podcast items. Read More »
Google Calendar
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You can embed a Google Calendar in a Commonspot page using the Simple Text Block element.  Copy the Google Calendar HTML code into this element's text form, and your calendar content will be displayed. Read More »
Poll Widget
Add a simple, multiple-choice Poll to a Commonspot page. Read More »
Thumbnail images in homepage blog element
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The blog element has been updated to allow home page news & events posts to display two images; a thumbnail image, optimized for the 65px x 45px dimensions allowed in the homepage news & events element, and a full size image for the full display of the blog post. Read More »
FAQ option for Bulleted List element
The Bulleted List element now has an option to display the list in a "frequently asked questions" format. Read More »
Image slideshow option added to blog element
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Using Commonspot's Blog element, you can display multiple images associated with a blog post as an image slideshow. Read More »
Commonspot blog element support for embedded media
The blog element now supports the display of audio and video content. Add the URL of a media file in the enclosure field in the blog post form. Supported media file types are mp3, swf, flv, and mov. 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 »
Web Developers move to Learning Commons
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. Read More »
 
Looking for help with your Web site?

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

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