There are many ways to measure visitor engagement with a website, one of which is scroll depth tracking. With scroll depth tracking, a site admin can see how many visitors scrolled down the page to read more information. This information can be helpful in determining which pages are most used and locating what visitors are looking for.
Page titles offer important context about the contents of a web page, but are often overlooked in terms of accessibility and semantics. In HTML, a page title is defined as an <h1> element and should be placed before the content of the page and after the site header and navigation. However, <h1>s are being hidden or moved out of order, which can negatively affect accessibility and SEO.
Internet and Interactive Media (IIM) is happy to announce that version 4.1 of the UNLedu Web Framework is now live and ready for download and implementation.
After months of careful consideration, planning, designing, and coding, IIM has released the next iteration of the UNLedu Framework. The new design has many new features that lets users focus on their content while still strongly identifying as UNL entities.
Howdy, folks. We've noticed several new broken links cropping up on the top-level pages of UNL.edu in the past few days. So we're out roping stray links.
A little investigation reveals that the page names had been changed in UNLcms. It seems so easy to do, and indeed it is. But keep in mind that if you do it and you don't provide a redirect so links to your old address are forwarded to the new one, it's just like moving without leaving a forwarding address.
A small part of the global footer is reserved for you to provide copyright information, optional "maintained by" attribution, and a version of the university diversity statement. In the current framework version (4.1) and in UNLcms, this region must be kept up to date by you, the developer.