"Wouldn't a QR code scavenger hunt put you at risk of a lawsuit by students who don't have a device that can read QR codes?
Always make it an additional way to consume information - not the sole conveyor of the information."
"If you're running on apache then it's fairly easy. In your site's httpd configuration you set up directives.
If you have straight forward old URLs then you can do it the real easy way -
"At a minimum I would create 301's for the top 100 pages on your site - preferably all pages. Without 301's your Google Webmaster Tools 404 report is going to be a huge mess instead of an aid. Take a look at your analytics for…"
"We use LiveZilla. It's free and outperforms the software we were paying $$$$ thousands per month for licenses. We have 30+ admissions advisors available for chats from about 8am-8pm. You can set up different departments and it will look up if…"
"1. Yes you can set things up that way. You can create different content types and assign who gets access to what. For example I create a job listing content type and only certain people can post job listings. When they create a job listing all they…"
Position Title:Operations Director of the Higher Education Web Professionals Association Position Overview:Reporting to the President of the Higher Education Web Professionals Association (www.highedweb.org), the Operations Director is responsible for coordinating the day-to-day operations of the Association and its volunteers. The Operations Director will work with the Board of Directors to facilitate the implementation of a strategic plan, and lay the…See More
"We have started the move to make all our sites HTTPS. With our InCommon membership (paid by our State Chancellor's Ofice), we get free certificates, so there is no ongoing costs.
In 2014, Google said they give some SEO bumps to HTTPS sites.…"
"Yep, I got the same messages. Some of our sites use SSL and we've been talking about migrating all the rest our sites for a while now. I suspect we will be doing it rather than just talking about it sooner rather than later now. :\"