Update to Interior template banners/mastheads

Brief: The Interior template hero images/banners were originally designed to be more of a “masthead”, to be consistent throughout parts of a site. This is why we have the image for this section set in the options block. We have had many questions regarding some custom edits to the titles/image, which are limited here to […]

Updated Secondary Nav Released

If you have not noticed by now, the updated Secondary Navigation is now available in the new redesign templates ** You will need to republish any and all sn-config files you may have in your redesign site to grab the updated structure. A couple notes on this. We have extended the navigation to 3 levels […]

Blog Feed – New Feature in Cascade

We have added the “Blog Feed” feature to cascade. It can be added as a module in a new row, or added as a column widget in columns 6 cells or wider. Please follow the steps below to add to your page. Select Blog Feed from the module selector or Widget Display list. Fill in […]

Contact Module Widget Released

The new contact module is ready to implement on your pages. **Remember, if you have used the module previously, you will have to update your pages to this new setup. Navigate to your widgets folder, then click “Add Content” in the top nav Navigate to Components > Widget. Select “Contact Module” from the widget type. […]

Copying folders from your old site

We found a situation where a user may copy a folder from an old site. This is great in helping get your content over, but will not give you the proper meta data on the folder. To combat this, please create all folders from your new redesign site and copy any potential files like images […]

Interior Page Template Update – Hero Image

I wanted to make everyone aware of a recent update to the Interior Page Template Hero Image. We were brought aware of the idea that it could be difficult to find that many images for each interior page. These interior page banner images were originally meant to be more of a “masthead” for the page […]

Web Forms

Web Forms Forms are commonly used to provide user interaction on websites and in web applications. For example, login, requesting information, registering, commenting, and purchasing. The same concepts apply to all forms, whether they are processed client or server-side. Aside from technical considerations, users usually prefer simple and short forms. Only ask users to enter […]

Table “Caption” and “Summary”

Caption and Summary Captions and summaries provide information that can help users find, navigate, and understand tables. While they are not required in every case to meet WCAG 2.0, captions and summaries are fairly straightforward ways to provide such information that is often needed. A caption functions like a heading for a table. Most screen readers announce the content […]

Creating Accessible Layout or Data Tables

If you’re not a screen reader user, let’s pretend that you are for just a moment. You’re going to a web site to find out where the biology 205 class is going to be held. You go to a web page that has this information, and this is what you hear: Table with 10 columns […]

Size images for branded pages

You can float images by adding the class right or left. Optionally, pair this with the code data-size=”” to specify an image’s size. full – image will fill 100% of its container medium – image will fill 60% of its container small – image will fill 40% of its container HTML <img src=”” alt=”image alt […]