How to customize the footer on your ProudCity-powered website.
How to customize menu locations on your ProudCity powered website.
How to customize cascading style sheets on your ProudCity powered website.
The ‘Top bar’ is an optional design element you can add to your ProudCity-powered website.
You can easily manage universal site identity items on your ProudCity powered government website.
ProudCity makes it easy to add favicons to websites.
Overview A favicon — short for favorite icon — is an image associated with a website or web page. Favicons are also called: Shortcut icon Website icon Tab icon URL icon Bookmark icon Where favicons display: Browser tabs Search results Bookmarks Desktop icons Browser history Examples In browser tabs: In search results: Why favicons are … Continued
Customizing colors on your ProudCity-powered government website is easy.
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!
Color is often an overlooked aspect of web accessibility, especially for brands and particularly governments, that have designed style guides and color palettes prior to accessibility becoming a priority. To understand how color and accessibility intersect, it’s first important to distinguish between “color dependence” and “contrast.” As 18F states in it’s accessibility guide: Color contrast … Continued