New Page Explains How to Make a Conference Website

clock October 17, 2012 17:43
We've just posted a new Web page that explains everything you need to know to design and post a conference website. The new page explains how to design both the site and its registration page. And while we've had approved navigation labels for conference sites available for years, the new page explains what type of content belongs under those labels.

The new page is likely to evolve as DOE releases new requirements for registration sites. But we'd also like to hear from the Programs that have run conference sites in the past. What information would be useful for you? What would you like us to add to this page?

Feel free to leave your feedback and suggestions here on the blog, or mail them directly to the Communication Standards webmaster. We'd love to hear your feedback! [More]


A Small Change to the Video Standards Lets Your Videos Be Viewed on iOS Devices

clock September 20, 2012 18:27
We just changed the EERE Video Standards to give you a huge bang for your buck. Going forward, EERE-skinned videos will be visible to users on iOS platforms that don't support Flash, such as iPhones and iPads. All you have to do is upload your videos in MP4 format, and the rest is handled for you by the video skin. [More]


The External Website Pop-Up

clock August 30, 2012 18:54
You may have noticed that you now get a pop-up window when you click on an EERE link that points to a website outside of EERE. This pop-up is a new part of EERE's linking policy. EERE's always required that you spell out where a link will go in the link or the descriptive text around it. But now we've supplemented this with a pop-up window. [More]


Internet Explorer 7 Is No Longer Part of the EERE Testing Suite

clock August 22, 2012 12:10
We've taken Internet Explorer 7 off of the EERE Testing Suite! This means that we will no longer test EERE's Web pages in Internet Explorer 7. You might be wondering how this affects your sites. [More]


How to Plan, Build, and Get Approval for Mobile Applications

clock July 9, 2012 14:24
Last month, we released guidance on why, when, and how to build a widget. This month, we have posted a new page with guidance on how to build a mobile application. [More]