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.

Web Services Digest, March edition

2 Apr 2024

Read the March edition of the Web Services Digest, featuring:...

Web Services Digest, February edition

27 Feb 2024

Read the February edition of the Web Services Digest, featuring: Free tools to make your day simpler Tips for adding images to your webpages Guidelines for disabled menu items

WMS Migration info session recordings

6 Feb 2024

Thanks to everyone who joined us last week for the WMS Migration info session....

Web Services Digest, January clean-up / playlist edition

30 Jan 2024

Check out the January clean-up / playlist edition of our Web Services Digest, featuring:

Video and resources: Web Services' 2023 year-end presentation

8 Dec 2023

Thanks everyone who tuned in to our 2023 year-end presentation, Building to last: Best practices for the long haul. It was wonderful to get together as community and share details about our new...

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...

Maximizing website excellence through digital minimalism

4 Oct 2023

In the fast-paced digital realm we're bombarded with endless information and choices. A timeless mantra shines through the chaos: "Less is more." This principle, popularized in architecture but now...

Saying goodbye to Quick Links

13 Sep 2023

Summary: Our first Drupal 9 sites - McGill's Staff Directory and our search pages - are live and more are coming soon! Sites in Drupal 9 will have a cleaner, more modern header. The new header...

Desperately Seeking CKEditor 5

10 Mar 2023

There was a time when anyone who wanted to edit a website needed to know HTML, and a small error in the code could create lopsided layouts and hours of misery for the editor. So, we should all feel...

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