WordPress introduces a new default theme every year, and this year it’s called … twenty fourteen. It’s a very clean and dramatic looking magazine-style theme with lots of possibilities. As usual, out-of-the-box it’s fairly plain; but we’ve created a version of it with some extra goodies…. Cross posted from here.
The Pirate Patch project was created in response to a need by the Freshman Studies group to create an involvement device for the incoming Freshman class. Studies have shown that there are certain non-academic indicators for academic success in the first year of college, things like belonging to clubs, being part of activities, attending events…. Continue Reading »
The old site for the IME was looking a little bit dated, as well as somewhat juvenile. Plus, it was very hard to manage, with a steep learning curve for the G.A. — a new student every year. By putting it into WordPress and giving it a sleek and professional new design, the Institute’s news… Continue Reading »
Previously hosted at academic.shu.edu/glaspell, the site for the society dedicated to research on this early 20th Century feminist author and playwrite needed a makeover. Built on the Expressions Web platform, it had become a tangled nest of code that was very, very difficult for the webmaster to manage. The resistance level was high enough, in… Continue Reading »
TLTC’s WordPress installation hosts nearly five hundred blogs.