Category: ProudCity Web

ProudCity government website broken link checker

ProudCity makes it easy to check and fix broken links on your government website. How it works Login to the ProudCity Dashboard. Go to ‘Settings’ > ‘Broken Links’ in the admin sidebar. Hover over the errant link and perform one of the follow actions to correct the error: Edit URL Unlink Not broken Dismiss Recheck … Continued

How to add Facebook and Twitter widgets to your ProudCity-powered government website

Facebook and Twitter feeds can easily be added to ProudCity-powered government websites. You can see here how we’re using these widgets at proudcity.com: https://proudcity.com/connect There are two ways to add these to your website: Set up a ‘Connect’ page using our prebuilt layout template Manually inserting onto page using the Facebook/Twitter widgets Here’s how to … Continued

How to set up a ‘Connect’ page on your ProudCity-powered government website

A ‘Connect’ page (proudcity.com/connect) is a great opportunity to centralize official ways your community can stay informed with official government information, such as newsletter subscriptions, notifications and social media accounts. Here’s how to set up your ‘Connect’ page on your ProudCity-powered government website using our prebuilt layout. NOTE: If you want to override your existing … Continued

How to activate the alert bar on your ProudCity powered government website

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

Government website launch phases

ProudCity Onboarding provides governments with a, structured process in getting websites launched onto the ProudCity digital government platform. We follow a three-phase approach — alpha, beta, live — to ensure this process is as efficient as possible. In general, digital projects have four phases they go through when launching. These include: Discovery Alpha Beta Live … Continued

How to customize colors on your ProudCity-powered government website

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

How to add Google Analytics to your ProudCity-powered government website

ProudCity Analytics is an integration with Google Analytics that allows government website managers to easily view visitor activity data within the ProudCity Platform. Data visualizations in the ProudCity Analytics dashboard include: ProudScore Visitor sessions Form submissions Hearts (pages found helpful) Popular pages (by pageviews) Popular search (by autocomplete clicks) Device types Browser types Popular Answers … Continued

ProudCity Accessibility Checker

The ProudCity Accessibility Checker helps governments using the ProudCity Platform understand and stay abreast of pertinent accessibility issues and continue to maintain AA conformance. PAC lets government website managers run accessibility reports, view errors/warnings, and resolve these issues immediately. Features PAC features include: Dashboard to manage page(s) accessibility status Page pass, error, warning reports Viewable/exportable … Continued

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