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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...

This release was focused on bug fixes and continued accessibility enhancements. Icons that are purely decorative should now have the aria-hidden="true" label applied so they don't show up in the page flow for keyboard and screen reader users. We also did some more bug fixes around our new icon picker and Font Awesome 6. What's...

The main new features for this release focus on user profile experience and log in. Previously users could go to their standard WordPress login page, but sign-in should really be done from the ProudCity Dashboard. This created some confusion. Now users will be sent to the ProudCity Dashboard and should not see the standard WordPress...

Digital government news Spark community joy ELGL Executive Director Kirsten Wyatt shares actionable advice and steps for showcasing and celebrating local government services. How cities are tapping federal aid to make major tech upgrades American Rescue Plan Act funding is being used to upgrade digital services. How GSA is remaking USA.gov An effort is underway...

Using iconography is an easy way to add visual context to text. Through the ProudCity Pagebuilder, governments can easily add more than 2,000 icons to web pages.

This release has one big feature and some minor fixes. You can now use Font Awesome Version 6 icons on your site. Version 5 icons will continue to display as expected on the user-facing part of your site. Version 5 icons will not show up in your admin area when you look to choose your...

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This release focused on some clean-up of how we're presenting data to users and a couple of bug fixes. We also updated WordPress to version 5.9.3. What changes will I notice? You should no longer see a directions indicator on the frontend display of events if there is no physical location provided. What's up next?...

Digital government news Is it time for a new local government website? ELGL shares our suggestions for performing a diagnostics test on your website to see if it’s time for a change. Multi-factor authentication primer ProudCity has a new MFA primer on how to better secure your online accounts. Routing & switching is not ‘sexy’...

New York local government websites ProudCity Web makes it easy and cost-effective for New York local governments to launch and manage accessible, mobile-friendly websites. Featured New York local governments Westhampton Beach, NY Rye Brook, NY Get a city government website quote.

The multi-file upload goes against accessibility best practices, however, you may use more than one file upload fields to allow for several files to be uploaded per form. You can add as many file upload fields as you need per form but the user cannot exceed 50MB per submission. We recommend limiting the size of...

This release contains a revised version of the Simple Staff List plugin which ProudCity contributed new features too. We also added WP Sweep so that post revisions can be cleaned out by administrators if needed. What changes will I notice? There should be no noticeable changes in this release. What's up next? Release 1.123.0 will...

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a simple, multi-step process that adds an additional layer of security to a login process.

This release contains bugfixes and third party plugin updates. The WordPress Core 5.9.2 Security & Maintenance Update is included in this release. It is immediately available to all ProudCity Hosted sites and for download on Github under the GNU Affero GPL v3 open source license. What changes will I notice? There should be no noticeable...

Yes, ProudCity Forms are WCAG 2.1 AA compliant.

ProudCity Forms gives you a flexible way to set up and manage mobile-friendly, accessible, WCAG 2.1 AA compliant forms.

Online forms are an important way to engage with users and make it easy to collect information, whether it’s for feedback, permitting or parking tickets.

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