Overview A document will have a title, category label, download button and embedded file.This guide is divided into 3 sections that will help you fully understand how to add document type, create documents and use the document list widget to publish documents across your site. Video Example In our ProudCity demo site, we created … Continued
Overview A page consists of a searchable title and content. Content may include: paragraphs, images, links, videos, etc. Example In our ProudCity demo site, we created a Parks facilities & locations example page. The example page is part of the Parks and Recreation department, to learn how to first create a department template please read … Continued
Overview A department is a content template that structures departments, agencies and divisions into a consistent but flexible section of your site. The template includes a title, content area, contact information, hours, social media link, department sub menu (optional) and icon. Once a department template is created, you can add other types of content such … Continued
It should be easy to identify governments on the internet and — as the U.S. federal government says on many of its websites like usa.gov — “the .gov means it’s official.” For this reason alone, ProudCity recommends all U.S.-based government organizations adopt the .gov domain, especially as there is an increasing need for the public … Continued
Steps for enabling your website alert bar. Step 1. Go to your ProudCity Dashboard. Step 2. Select ‘Settings,’ then ‘Alert bar.’ Step 3. Enable alert bar, write your message, select your bar color setting, then save. Step 4. View alert bar on your website. Tips Keep your message content direct and concise (1 sentence and … Continued
Customizing colors on your ProudCity-powered government website is easy. Here’s how. Step 1 Select ‘Customize’ in the left navigation of the ProudCity Dashboard. Step 2 Select the ‘Colors’ option in the customization tool. Step 3 NOTE: When selecting colors, be sure to account for web accessibility (see Color, web accessibility and government websites). Select color … Continued
Customizing fonts on your ProudCity-powered government website is easy. Here’s how. Step 1 Select ‘Customize’ in the left navigation of the ProudCity Dashboard. Step 2 Select the ‘Fonts’ option in the customization tool. Step 3 Select your default and heading fonts and click the ‘Publish’ button. Visit your website to see the new fonts!