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Starting with this release we're changing our release strategy a bit. Instead of releasing every 2 weeks, we're now releasing new features as soon as they're through our QA process. This has meant that some weeks we've released two or three small updates to customer sites. We have updated our button that adds meetings to...

Release 1.134.0 brought some fixes to accessibility, specifically with tabindex on meeting links. That fix allowed us to update our Add to Calendar scripts and remove a connection to an external service. Add to calendar links are now generated with code entirely running and hosted on client sites. We also continued to clean up some...

Digital government news New Proudly Serving chapter: Speak plainly “We serve our communities best when we communicate clearly, directly, and without frills,” writes Echa Schneider. Book review: Citizens "The absolute precondition for the Citizen Story is belief in ourselves and in human nature as creative, capable, and caring, rather than lazy, self-interested, and competitive within...

In this release we resolved some issues with deploy that were causing some of our plugins to become unavailable when Kubernetes Pods were rebuilt. We also updated some of our :hover and :focus styles to have more obvious states to improve accessibility. What's Up Next Release 1.134.0 will have more bug fixes. It will be...

Digital government news Why and how to compress PDFs Reducing PDF sizes makes it easier for the public to access these types of files. Request for Proudly Serving feedback: Speak plainly A new Proudly Serving chapter, written by Echa Schneider, titled Speak plainly is ready for public review and feedback. Locals' .gov adoption is getting...

This release brought us a new updated CSS and JS build process which will make future work on styles faster and more robust. We also added some more tests for file validation to help us produce more robust builds. What's Up Next Release 1.133.0 will have more bug fixes. It will be released on Sept...

Proudly serving Santa Ana ProudCity is proud to serve Santa Ana, a city with a vibrant evening scene and arts community, and the county seat and downtown for the world famous Orange County, California. What they say Michelle Micllaef, Public Works Community Liaison “What helped me be successful during the onboarding of our new website...

This release added some editing capabilities to the new ProudCity Quick Menu plugin to continue to bring it back in line with the features of it's predecessor. We also added the ability for Editor's to clear their own site cache as well as enhance alerts for the ProudCity team when plugins may be deactivated by...

Portable document format (PDF) files are commonly used by governments to upload meeting agendas, minutes and other official public documents. Reducing PDF sizes makes it easier for the public to access these types of files.

Digital government news Register for the (free) 2022 Federal Plain Language Summit The event will highlight plain language successes in federal agencies at all stages of the communications journey. Building an inclusive culture at the Government Digital Service GDS CEO Tom Read shares why creating a safe, diverse and inclusive culture for staff matters. Request...

This release we focused on improving the security of WP Quick Menu by taking it over and rewriting the very old code. ProudCity Quick Menu represents a complete rewrite of the functionality to bring the plugin up to modern standards around coding practices and code security. What's Up Next The next release will continue to...

Purchasing Price quote Get your ProudCity price quote in seconds. Buying guide What to know when buying modern local government websites. ProudCity Welcome to ProudCity An explainer on what we do, how we do it and why. How we're different How ProudCity is different from traditional government website vendors. Get a demo Schedule a time...

Better approach Transparent Collaborative Sustainable Better welcome Open demo site of all ProudCity features Personal demo and question-and-answer sessions Optional free trial available Better purchasing Free government website buying guide Flexible monthly/annual subscription billing (no lock-in) Fair, transparent, population-based pricing Better support 24/7, easy-to-access online documentation Quick response chat and ticketing Ongoing best practice coaching...

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This release cleaned up some issues with caching and making sure that the media library plugin was activated across all client sites. We also verified that Gravity Forms exports were working as expected and fixed a bug that sent all users back to the main Posts page in the WordPress admin if they saved any...

Digital government news Team care in a crisis “Thanks to a culture of team care our leaders fostered.” The California Office of Digital Innovation shares how it got through COVID-19 response efforts. Senators ask DOJ to enforce accessibility rules for state and local websites A group of 10 Democratic senators asked the Justice Department to...

Release 1.128.0 involved some clean-up of our WP Rocket addition. We will now be automatically flushing the cache during each deploy. We also added a new system for users to navigate between pages of documents on their site. It is now more obvious that there are pages of documents to switch between. What's Up Next...

This release rolls out WP Rocket as a caching layer for all sites. It should improve the performance of your site and of the WordPress Admin. We have automatically excluded some pages from the cache due to issue. See the Scripted Updates for more information. What's Up Next Release 1.128.0 will have more bug fixes...

Digital government news The case for simplified, text-based government websites E.Republic Executive Editor Paul Taylor makes the case to think simple when it comes to digital services. How to thoughtfully name government services “When a name doesn’t fit, it’s confusing and can lead to misunderstandings,” says the Canada Digital Service. Innovate with purpose A new...

Government Technology mentioned ProudCity in recent commentary from E.Republic Executive Editor Paul Taylor, where he makes the case for simplified, text-based government websites." Excerpt: Luke Fretwell, CEO of the civic engagement platform ProudCity, said in a conversation about the aesthetics of government websites that acknowledging the mobile majority — together with a government obligation to...

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