There is now a “Stats” link in the green Page section of the Edit Console on the Middlebury and MIIS Drupal sites. Clicking this link will bring you to a report that displays data from Google Analytics for that page from the last 30 days, including pageviews, unique pageviews, bounce rate, exits, referrers, and search terms. Because Google has a limit to the number of API requests we send them, this data is cached for three days.
If someone returns to a webform and edits a previous submission to the form, the confirmation emails that the form sends out when it is normally submitted will be sent out again to all of the intended recipients with the updated information from the form. This change applies to all forms on the Middlebury and MIIS Drupal webform sites.
We have prepared a guide to common web accessibility issues that our site editors can help us resolve, with links to videos explaining the issues and how to fix them.
- Drupal monster_menus 7.x-1.23 and 7.x-1.24
- Drupal twitter_pull 7.x-2.0-alpha3
- Drupal views 7.x-3.12 and 7.x-3.13
- WordPress Accelerate theme 1.2.2
- WordPress CM Tooltip Glossary 3.2.3
- WordPress Creative Commons Configurator 1.8.10
- WordPress Email Users 4.7.10
- WordPress Jetpack 3.8
- WordPress RSS Includes Pages 3.0
Tweaks and Fixes
- The “Class Photo Roster (Faculty Only)” links on the Middlebury and MIIS Directory now take you to a page with links to the Middlebury and MIIS Course Hubs. The photo rosters available in the Course Hubs include several additional features, including each student’s commons affiliation and advisor. We will be supporting the photo rosters through the Course Hubs and removing them from the Directories.
- The way the data is structured for content in regions on the page was changed in Drupal Monster Menus version 7.x-1.23, causing some of our custom code to believe that page regions were empty for unauthenticated users part of Thursday morning until this was fixed.