A few tips to keep in mind to make your webpages accessible for all web users.
Inspired by a Best of Conference-winning presentation from HighEdWeb 2023, here are five ways you can improve any page in your site in just five minutes.
You can link content buttons to start an email in your visitors' default email client.
How to view your page analytics and get a better understanding of how people use your sites.
Tips and tricks for updating your directories.
The A-Z Help page was recently updated with a new layout.
View your edits as you make them in a split-screen view.
Designed exclusively for W&M Cascade editors.
Narrow down your search to just the pages you work on.
How to include emails on your webpages that are hidden from bots to avoid spam.
Tips to publish your work faster.
New conditional formats offers a cleaner view of the custom formats available when editing particular elements on a page in Cascade.
The latest Cascade upgrade addresses general bug fixes and a few enhancements worth highlighting including the Context Menu, Starred Assets, Accessibility and Drafts.
Brush up on your Cascade skills by watching the basic training modules. Also, find the image specs you are looking for in one place using the new Image Specifications cheat sheet.
Learn how to customize your link previews on Facebook, X and LinkedIn.
As our work continues and conditions evolve, we want to provide you with a few helpful reminders, best practices, and tips for using available Cascade features.
University Web & Design recently added the ability to request a Cascade Workshop for users who are already trained but who want to hone their Cascade skills.
People are accessing the web from mobile devices now more than ever, so we always have to be thinking about how our content displays on devices other than our desktop screens.
Similar to a draft, a Working Copy allows you to preview changes without submitting them.
Ghosts are old pages or files accidentally left published on the live site when renaming or moving them in Cascade. Learn how to prevent them.
This new feature makes uploading multiple files at once a breeze.
Now there is a more efficient way to view your edits on the live site, and it only involves two clicks!
Learn why it's important to clean up your system names
Learn how to create a more consolidated view of your content.
Tips on getting your points across when writing on the web.
Not sure how to refer to the university on your website? Learn the basics.
Learn how to right-click on assets to get straight to important actions
Remembering to properly name folders, files, images and other assets just got simpler with the new Cascade update!
How to separate text without starting a new paragraph.
How to add a caption to your embedded YouTube videos.
How to change the style of images when re-editing pages.
How to correctly place an asset in the navigation tree.
Tips on when to use Heading 6
Tips on making editing your images for your webpages easier.
Learn about connecting social media to your webpages.
Instructions on how to hide your announcements so they can be reused later.
Advice for ensuring your content is error free.
Techniques and tips for optimizing your right-hand column content.
Tips about keeping your web content up to date.
Tips about language usage and what phrases to avoid when writing for the web.
Tips to ensure your images look the best they can on your webpages.
A few external resources to aid with your web-editing endeavors.
Learn why it is important to carefully select names of pages on your websites.
Get to know the available features and buttons in Cascade!
Reduce your upkeep and help visitors find you by adding a link to your building’s Campus Map page.
Learn how to add your own buttons to your pages
Learn how to use history to save time and clicks
Some helpful tips on featuring FAQs
Learn how to feature multiple YouTube videos in a rotating widget
Learn about new ways to customize the right column
Learn about linking to your building’s page in the campus map.
Learn how to take less steps when submitting a draft.
Stop reinventing the wheel and save yourself some time with this helpful tip!