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Archive: October 2006

  • Updated RTE configuration to remove FONT tags
    26 October 2006

    In the previous configuration, when pasting into the TYPO3 RTE from external sources like MSWord or another web page, any instances of the deprecated "font" tags were rendered as "< font >< /font >"...

  • Dramatically changed the web template
    17 October 2006

    Changed the "Campus Directory" portion of web template used for the ITS home page toRender nicer in text browsers, andInclude a "skip navigation" link to be be more accessible  The look should be...

  • Reconfigured ITS front page
    13 October 2006

    Up until recently, the main page was cached for periods of 10 minutes.  This meant that, if another person had not already visited the page within the past 10 minutes, a new visitor...

  • Inserted CMS news on the TYPO3 login page
    12 October 2006

    To help keep TYPO3 users up to date on the CMS changes, I have inserted the RSS feed into the login page.  I notice that it takes a moment to process all of the news items, but please...

  • Made form text fields auto-clear on click
    11 October 2006

    To achieve the highest level of accessibility, all form text fields and textboxes should include some "default text" to alert a Web site viewer to the presence of a text input field.  On the down...

  • Error handling revisited
    04 October 2006

    Alright folks, for the third (or fourth) but final time, I have got an error page working that gives some site information.  The design and contents still needs to be worked out, but it ought to be...


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