Tag: edweb deployment
On Wednesday 5 July we’ll add the latest updates to EdWeb. This release includes social media sharing functions; the ability to add mathematical functions to a page; and security updates and bug fixes.
On Thursday 15 December, we’ll deploy the latest set of code sprint bug fixes and improvements to the EdWeb system. A big thanks again to all the community developers who came together to allow these improvements to happen
On Thursday 28 July, we’ll be deploying new functions into EdWeb: extra homepage flexibility, and a ‘call to action’ button for the central text editor.
On Wednesday 26 May, we’ll be deploying two new content types into EdWeb that allow University staff and postgraduate students to manage their own profile, and for EdWeb editors to create overview pages in their sites that highlight those profiles.
The next in our regular schedule of updates and improvements to EdWeb will take place on Thursday 10 March. This deployment will introduce the ability to schedule publishing (and unpublishing), to ’embargo’ sensitive content, and to apply security patches.
The next in our regular schedule of updates and improvements to EdWeb will take place on Monday 15 February. This deployment mainly focuses on improvements to homepages, though does also include some updates to the look and feel of the editing interface.
The next in our regular schedule of updates and improvements to EdWeb takes place on Monday 11 January. This deployment will introduce branding updates to individual site banners as well as additions to the content of the University’s global site footer.
The next regularly scheduled updates and improvements to EdWeb take place on Thursday 6 August and Tuesday 25 August. These deployments will introduce the additions of personalised subsite footers, customisable colour themes, and a new streaming media asset tool, as well as performance and accessibility improvements.
The next regularly scheduled updates and improvements to EdWeb take place on Monday 6 July. This latest deployment will include asset tracking, page audience restriction, and the ability to create RSS feeds.