Responsive Design Ready for Testing
Date: Tuesday, February 19th, 2013
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Your sites are ready to test in responsive design mode. You may ask, what is responsive design? Responsive design is a design that responds to the size of the browser. This is beneficial because we can reformat the page for mobile browsers, which are much smaller.
We have a way for you to test your sites in responsive mode. There are also certain aspects of your site that will require extra attention, such as videos and iframes. For information on how to test your site, and fixes for common problems, please see our self-help page here:
The target go-live date for all sites to become responsive is March 18th, 2013.
Currently there is a known bug that will not allow you to add a page within OU Campus or publish a page. We have submitted this to OmniUpdate and as soon as it is corrected, we will let you know.
Support for OU Campus will no longer cover IE 9. If you are using IE 9, please make sure you switch browsers.
UPDATE: As of 3:30 Thursday the slowness in OU Campus has been corrected
Tonight (May 19th) OU Campus will be unavailable for Maintenance from 10pm until midnight.
Tonight (May 8th) OU Campus will be unavailable for Maintenance from midnight until 2am.
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