Blog: Tips & Tricks
October 2, 2017
You may know that you can use Site Improve to view statistics about visits to your site. Now, we can get a better idea of where that traffic is coming […]
August 15, 2017
The web team is always working to improve the accessibility of our website, and we want to remind users that they need to follow best practices to make their content […]
June 12, 2017
See which tabs & accordions site visitors are clicking on We are now tracking clicks on tabs and accordion items in Site Improve. You can use this data to see […]
June 6, 2016
Do you have pages that might be shared on social media? If you are creating a page that you or others might share on social media, there are now a few easy things you can do to optimize how the page looks when it is shared.
April 21, 2016
Following the successful launch of our newly designed and branded website – Wisconsin.edu – the Web Team wants to work with you to further enhance the usability and navigation of […]
January 14, 2016
Digital Email Signature Elements As we ring in the new year, please make it a priority to verify that your email signature contains up-to-date information, including website links and accurate […]
January 4, 2016
We have made a few little updates to the Events and Image modules in Zuse Create that may be useful to you. Add See All Events Button to Event List […]
November 13, 2015
We completed an upgrade today, and there are a few new features that you may want to use while editing in Zuse.
October 22, 2015
An excerpt is a snippet of your post or news story that display on post lists. They are important because site visitors read them to decide if they want to click and read the whole news story.
October 8, 2015
To ensure consistent formatting on your website, you should get in the habit of clicking the “Paste as text” button before pasting anything from an outside source into the Rich Text module. By doing this, you wipe away any formatting that may have carried over from the original source and format your content in Zuse as a blank slate.