January 24, 2018
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Cascade Tip of the Month: Uppercase & Spaces Are Out, Properly Named Files Are In

“Don’t use spaces or uppercase letters.” It’s one of the first things you heard in Cascade Basic Training when learning about naming folders, files, images and other assets. Now, the latest Cascade update is enabling us to ensure all assets … Continue reading

October 12, 2017
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Cascade Tip of the Month: Hide & Reuse Announcements or Other Content

Do you post announcements on a regular basis and find yourself deleting them only to recreate them a few months later? Stop reinventing the wheel and save yourself some time by hiding and reusing past announcements. When you have announcements … Continue reading

September 6, 2017
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Cascade Tip of the Month: How to Submit Edits in Less Clicks

Cascade 8 is an exciting upgrade that brings a more modern interface, new features and great potential. The new prominence of drafts, however, may take a little extra getting used to — it adds an extra step to the submission process. While … Continue reading

April 12, 2017
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Cascade Tip of the Month: Get the Most out of the Campus Map

Many of us have our office’s location information listed somewhere on our website, but there’s an even better way to help folks get where they need to go. Our interactive, searchable campus map was launched a few years ago, but … Continue reading

March 10, 2017
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Cascade Tip of the Month: Keep Accessibility in Mind

We all put a lot of time and effort into maintaining our websites, but it’s equally important to ensure everyone is able to access the information we are putting out there. Each of the major categories of disabilities (visual, hearing, … Continue reading