Editing the New EERE Mobile Pages

clock January 29, 2010 12:54
All of the EERE Web sites in our OpenText content management system (CMS) now have a mobile version, and each mobile version will continue to be updated, alongside the standard version, every time you make edits to a page. But what if the mobile version of a particular page needs to have different content than the standard version? Maybe a large photo downsized, or a Flash element removed? Perhaps you want to break a large, text-heavy page down into smaller multiple pages? The steps for accessing the mobile version of a page in the CMS are easy. [More]

Share your Thoughts and Feedback on Communication Standards!

clock January 20, 2010 17:30
Have you ever had trouble finding something on Communication Standards? Have you ever found a page difficult to understand or confusing? Or have you ever really enjoyed a page, really found it useful, and wanted to tell someone about it? [More]

A QA Checklist for Every Situation

clock January 12, 2010 16:17
EERE now has a brand new set of QA Checklists!

What are those, you ask? If you've ever been part of creating or redesigning an EERE Web site, then your sites have gone through a QA. Here's the gist of it: Let's say that you're doing a redesign, or you're making a brand new site. When you have your fully-coded Web site on the development server, it needs to get a Quality Assurance (QA) check before it goes live. [More]

The New EERE Linking Policy

clock January 8, 2010 18:06
We've recently updated EERE's Linking Policy to make it clearer and easier to understand. The Linking Policy explains how and when you can link to any Web site outside of EERE and, as a site-wide policy, it can be found in the footer of every page on EERE, in the EERE Web Policies. [More]