• As many of our web editors are aware, the Communications/Marketing and ITS departments are leading a project to migrate the UNBC website to a newer version of our content management system, Drupal. We are required to move away from our current version of Drupal by November 2021, as it will no longer be supported (we... more
  • We wanted to let you know that tonight, Thursday, April 30, 2020, we will be pushing out an update to the WYSIWYG editor window in Drupal. Overall the appearance and functionality will remain the same. You may notice some slight changes to your toolbar, but the changes are minor. For example, when using the ‘paste as... more
  • The Office of Communications is continuously developing standards for local navigation on the UNBC website. This includes the menus on the left panel of each section. We look at things such as terminology that makes sense to the user, placement of links that are common across sections, and content that does... more
  • As we move closer to the launch of the responsive web, we encourage you to spend some time reviewing and optimizing your web pages. Here are some tips that will help you with enhancing your presence on the website. Check Alt and Title Text on Images It is important that the images on your web pages... more
  • We also won’t link to an empty page, so if you create a new page, add your content, and then submit your request for the new link. St​eps: Create the new webpage (if it doesn’t already exist). Submit your request at https://support.unbc.ca and include the URL... more

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