November 07, 2007

School of Natural Resources and the Environment

The SNRE relaunched their website in September 2007.

Phil Ray writes that the site is based on Drupal, hosted through the ITCS Web Team, and built with help from the Linux Box, a local company.

The site is built flush-left with a fixed width of 940 pixels and set in Verdana and Arial at flexible sizes. Semantic code, not tables, were used to produce the layout. The homepage and three randomly chosen subpages all validate as XHTML 1.0 strict.
Google Analytics
and a download tracker script attached to Drupal's Google Analytics module.

Neither the homepage nor the news page offer an RSS feed, but the events page does (an ical feed would be helpful here, too).

Screengrab from 7 November 2007:
screenshot of the redesigned School of Natural Resources and the Environment website

November 7, 2007 04:46 PM

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