McGill Alert / Alerte de McGill

Updated: Thu, 07/18/2024 - 18:12

Gradual reopening continues on downtown campus. See Campus Public Safety website for details.

La réouverture graduelle du campus du centre-ville se poursuit. Complément d'information : Direction de la protection et de la prévention.

From Webforms to MS Forms: A Practical Guide for WMS Migration

15 Nov 2023

During the recent Web Services 2023 mid-year community event, an important announcement was made regarding the need to rebuild all webforms in the latest version of WMS. Unfortunately, there is no...

Transforming forms

24 Aug 2022

Many of you have spent your summer pruning the virtual garden that is your website, preparing for the upcoming upgrade to Drupal 9. Webforms are one of the items you may want to clean up, deleting...

Web Services Digest, May 2021

14 May 2021

We’re pleased to announce in this edition of the Digest a number of new features and updates. McGill's new virtual tour platform is live and fully integrated with the WMS. Could you benefit from a...

WSG Digest, December 2020

17 Dec 2020

Hot off the presses just in time for the holidays, this edition of the Digest features includes details on the upcoming webform security updates, new "ghost" buttons that give you more flexibility...

WSG Digest, October & November 2019

26 Nov 2019

Engage site visitors and extend your reach using meta tags, SMS links, fun emojis, and more in the WMS.

WSG Digest, September 2019

5 Sep 2019

Back-to-school with webform security news, the Related Content feature, and Article backdating

Dos & don'ts of McGill ID numbers in WMS webforms

4 Sep 2019

The next time you're about to add a McGill ID field in your webform — STOP!...

Webform Security: Protecting user data

13 Feb 2019

Site Managers can do their part to ensure that users' confidential information is protected when they fill out webforms....

Walk the line: webform fields can now be displayed horizontally

27 Nov 2018

If you've ever wished you could display webform fields in a single line, then you're in luck....


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