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Website Maintenance Scheduled for December 1st

Web Services will be performing maintenance to bring new reliability and performance improvements to your website. Updates to website should be completed before the downtime occurs so no changes are lost. You may notice website downtime on: • Saturday, December 1, 2018 from 11:30 pm – 1:30 am We apologize for any inconvenience this downtime might…

Website Maintenance Scheduled for October 14th.

Web Services will be upgrading your websites database systems to bring new reliability and performance improvements to your websites. You may notice intermittent website downtime on: • Sunday, October 14, 2018 from 12:00 – 2:00 am We apologize for any inconvenience this downtime might cause you. These are important performance improvements for the new Apollo 2…

Web Site Down Time Notification for October 9, 2018

Web Services will be upgrading your websites database systems within the next 24 hours. Any website updates should be completed by 9:00 pm on October 8, 2018. Sites will be taken offline that evening while maintenance is performed. Website downtime is scheduled for Tuesday, October 9, 2018 from 12:00 – 1:00 am We apologize for any…

Form Email Notifications

Our team is currently experiencing and working to a fix to an issue with Gravity Forms email notifications causing blank notification emails to be sent to recipients. Entry data for the forms can still be viewed (unless the form’s settings do not allow for entries to be stored) by clicking on “Forms” on the Dashboard Navigation…

Updates to the Bridge Forms Catalog

One of the most heavily used sections of the UF Health Bridge is the Forms Catalog, which is a searchable database for downloading or ordering the forms managed by Publication Services, including clinical care forms. Based on feedback received from staff, observed use of the site, and the Publication Services team, Web Services has made some…

Dressing Up Gravity Forms

Gravity Forms seemed to have one design issue that made the forms, although very functional, less than optimal as far as layout was concerned. But, it turns out that Gravity Forms has built in classes that can be used to create alternate layouts. Fields can be displayed two or three in one row rather than each…

WordPress 3.8 Upgrade Coming Soon

In preparation for our upgrade to WordPress 3.8 (coming in the next few weeks… additional email to follow), take a look at the following Lynda.com tutorial on some of the new changes. The most dramatic change is an entirely new look for the dashboard area of the website. The functionality is mostly the same, but…

Mobile Upgrades Coming Soon

Coming Thursday, October 24, a new theme enhancement will transform your website to work seamlessly on smaller mobile devices. Almost 20% of traffic to UF Health websites comes from mobile devices, and this amount is rapidly increasing. As more of our audience moves to using the web on their handheld devices, it became a priority for…

Anchors Aweigh!

When building a very lengthy web page, Anchor Links provide an easy method for building internal links within the page to allow a user to ‘jump’ to a particular section of content on the page. An anchor link creates a named link on a page, called an anchor, that one can create a traditional link…

Forms, Quizzes and Surveys

If you’ve ever had to build a web form on the Apollo template, then you are familiar with our forms plug-in, Gravity Forms. We’ve been impressed with Gravity Form’s ease-of-use and intuitive design, and it has proved to be a tremendous asset for our organization. Web Services has just introduced two new additions to the…