Here are some instructions on how to set up your local environment.
We came across an issue when doing a Google iframe embed (in Agenda view) for a recent Wordpress site (http://www.studymissouri.net)
We had the embed set in a styled block inside a grid-8. The iframe was set to 100% width to adjust for responsive design.
Testing went well except for iPad and iPhone5. In these cases, the calendar width would extend out beyond the containing block/grid, cutting off calendar data.
This is just a simple way of installing WordPress locally on your machine using Xampp....If anything needs to be changed, please let me know and I will send you the Word version of the PDF document....Thanks,
The screen reader VDI is now available to use for those on the ITSD active directory. If you are in the consolidated web group you should already have access. If your agency is outside of the consolidation, contact me - we may be able to figure out something and get a connection set up. Contact me for instructions on how to set up the VMware View Client. In December, we'll be having a demo on how to use the software provided.
Yesterdays DMD presentation was over style tiles, wireframes and how we can use them in our design process.To give you a brief recap:
Thanks Steph for setting up the webinar for this month's DMD meeting!
The recorded Webinar for WAVE5 beta accessibility checker is available at:
Lots of new enhancements, easier-to-understand report interface and interactive left panel makes this a great tool in checking accessibility!
Full release should be coming out very soon!
HTML5/Responsive Assets are now available for your use! I gave a presentation at yesterday's DMD meeting about the package and how everything is used. Visit assets.mo.gov (accesible to the state network only) to download the latest assets package. We will also work on creating a change log page on the site so you know exactly what has changed and when. Let me know if you into any issues or have enhancements you'd like to add.
Today, citizens often expect information to find them through their existing networks of family, friends and coworkers. In an effort to better serve citizens, how can state agencies use tools like Facebook, Twitter and others to tap into these networks and inform the public about available services and news?
As a state agency, it's important to make sure our online content is available for everyone, and this includes video and multimedia content. Thanks to some easy-to-use applications and online tools, it's simple to add captions and transcripts to a video on your YouTube channel, making that content accessible to anyone with a hearing or vision disability.