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What's in a name? The good, the bad and the ugly of choosing a non-standard McGill URL

31 Oct 2022

Domains are an important part of our online brand. When people navigate to a McGill URL, they believe they've reached an official McGill website that meets our standards and policies....

Backstage pass: Web Services 2022 year-end presentation

26 Oct 2022

Registration is now open for Web Services ever-popular year-end presentation.

Discontinuation of Nivo Sliders on WMS websites

25 Oct 2022

The time has come to bid farewell to our old acquaintance, the WMS Nivo Slider slideshow tool. Nivo Slider doesn't allow us to enter alt text for images, so it violates our accessibility standard....

Web Services Digest, March 2022

24 Mar 2022

Our first edition of the year puts the spotlight on accessibility!...

Everything you need to know about McGill DS (now in beta)

11 Jan 2022

McGill DS (or MDS) stands for McGill Design System, a collection of web design and development standards and resources offered by the Web Services team.

Web Services Digest, December 2021

17 Dec 2021

This year-end edition of the Web Services Digest takes a look back at 2021. It includes a link to our 2021 Web Services community presentation, and the top stories that we shared this year.

Web Services' top stories of 2021

13 Dec 2021

2021 was all about improving user experience on McGill's websites. From updates to the WMS search tool to the launch of the new virtual campus tour to efforts to improve website accessibility, the...

Web Services Digest, November 2021

8 Nov 2021

In this edition of the Digest, we invite you to attend our 2021 year-end presentation. This annual event is a highlight of our year, because we get to see you!...

Web Services Digest, October 2021

4 Oct 2021

In this edition of the Digest, we discuss the upcoming deadlines for our mandatory training courses, and completion of the user access guidelines form....

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