May 27, 2016
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Cascade Tip of the Month: Consolidating Content using Collapsible Lists

Do you need to present lists or sections of content on a single page that just keeps getting longer and longer? If you are looking to offer a more consolidated view of your content, the new collapsible list feature may … Continue reading

April 26, 2016
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Cascade Tip of the Month: Introducing the YouTube Rotating Widget

It’s springtime on campus, which means colorful flowers, Frisbee in the Sunken Garden, tour groups galore and new web features! Many of us use widgets to highlight certain content on our pages, and YouTube widgets are a great way to … Continue reading

August 21, 2015
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Cascade Tip of the Month: How to Keep the Publisher Publishing

It’s August and time to kick off another sure-to-be-stellar academic year. But with this excitement comes a very busy period for those of us maintaining the university’s web presence. (Hey, that’s you!) Have you found yourself stuck in a long … Continue reading

March 31, 2015
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Cascade Tip of the Month: The Shortcut Menu and Other Time-Savers

We all love a good lifehack. Even a little one. Learn how to shave valuable time and clicks from your Cascade editing: The Shortcut Menu This tool is available on any asset, anytime, and is a real time-saver. Simply hover … Continue reading

January 26, 2015
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Cascade Tip of the Month: New! Build-Your-Own-Button Feature

With this new feature you can add a button to the content area of your page without the help of a designer. By simply applying a style from the dropdown menu, you can turn your link into a button that … Continue reading