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LeRoy Lee
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  • Portland, OR
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Seth Meranda May 15, 2009.

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LeRoy Lee replied to Jason Bryner's discussion Did you do anything for April Fool's on your website?
"The backstory is written up in the blog post linked to from the first slide, but we basically redid our homepage in black and white and rolled back our branding to the institutions original logo. You can still see it here…"
Apr 2, 2012
LeRoy Lee replied to James Kelleway's discussion HTML 5
"We just relaunched our website this last summer. The original templates were all html5 but I had to back off the use of all the new tags due to some javascript style interaction issue with IE. I am slowly putting them back in on the internal pages.…"
Mar 2, 2011
LeRoy Lee replied to Robin Smail's discussion about.me profiles
Dec 21, 2010
LeRoy Lee replied to Jay Massey's discussion Updating Campus Building Names on Google Maps
"Currently Google Maps only allows claiming and editing of individual addresses. The campuses that I have seen successfully do what you propose have registered each building under a different address. This also allows for a lot of department exposure…"
Nov 16, 2010
Michael McGlynn replied to LeRoy Lee's discussion CSS3 browser adoption in the group CSS
"Portions of CSS3 are already widely supported. A nice test suite is here: http://www.css3.info/selectors-test/"
Apr 5, 2010
Bob Bottomley replied to LeRoy Lee's discussion CSS3 browser adoption in the group CSS
"Does anyone have any idea how many more years we will have to wait for CSS 3? HTML 5 leaves me cold but I am dying to have CSS 3 at my disposal."
Apr 2, 2010
Michael McGlynn replied to LeRoy Lee's discussion CSS3 browser adoption in the group CSS
"PPK is the man on this subject. http://www.quirksmode.org/compatibility.html"
Sep 11, 2009
LeRoy Lee replied to LeRoy Lee's discussion CSS3 browser adoption in the group CSS
"Thanks. I am finding the CSS3 discussion on that site to be very interesting. I am still hoping to find something a little more granular giving specific versions [and I don't see IE listed on their site (I kid)]. I would like them to include…"
Sep 9, 2009

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Employer?
Multnomah University
Website:
http://www.multnomah.edu
Personal Website:
http://www.byleroylee.com
Find me on Twitter at:
http://twitter.com/mrleroylee
List three areas of expertise or specialization.
web developement, web design, web administration
What CMS are you using?
Kentico
What department or office are you in?
Promotions and Communications
Primary Job Responsibility
External Web Presence and web apps
Number of students at your institution
800

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Top 200 Universities in Facebook

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user levels

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