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April Release: Housekeeping Enhancements and Training

April Release: Housekeeping Enhancements and Training

Our April 28 release included several enhancements that may not be evident to the regular user but will allow us to give you a better service: Welcome – We automated the Sites and WordPress invites to new administrators so that they are sent as soon as we spin the new instance. By not having to […]

Sites security scanning April 20-24

Sites security scanning April 20-24

We will be doing routine scanning as part of our security processes between April 20-24. We do not expect any interruptions or performance issues on client sites.    

March Release: Structured Content Model, Security and More

March Release: Structured Content Model, Security and More

Our March 31 release took place as scheduled and was followed by a patch on April 14. These were the updates: Structured Content Model – We developed a plugin to allow our client websites to use the article structured content model as defined by the  Government Structured and Open Content Models Working Group. Why is this helpful? It allows your […]

February Release: DigitalGov Search, Co-Author and More

February Release: DigitalGov Search, Co-Author and More

The following updates were moved to production on our Feb. 24 release: DigitalGov Search – DigitalGov Search is now available for all our clients across all themes. This search is more robust than the native WordPress search and gives you results for posts, pages and multimedia. DigitalGov also gives you access to a search dashboard where you […]

Network problems

Network problems

Some of our users reported networking related issues in the form or errors or slow performance from Jan. 30 to Feb. 13. Our team has made some progress improving these issues, but continues actively working to fully resolve this situation. We apologize for the inconvenience and we’ll notify you when it’s resolved.

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