Changelog

Next release [12/03/2020]

Pages with a Table chunk will need to be republished to apply this update.
  • Updates Twitter card for consistency across all page types
    See issue #160
  • Updates banner element to optimize performance
    See issue #163
Pages with an Image banner will need to be republished to apply this update.
  • Adds font-display: swap and preload web fonts to optimize font loading
    See issues #162 and issue #165
  • Updates jQuery version from 3.4.1 to 3.5.1
    See issue #164
This will require an update to existing sites. Instructions will be posted in the manual updates section.

Latest release [08/06/2020]

  • Fixes sitemap.php to allow exclusion of subfolders from the sitemap
    See issue #156
  • Fixes sitemap.php to allow other page extensions (e.g., .htm, .shtml)
    See issue #153

07/02/2020 release

  • Updates footer to remove Bicentennial tagline
Sites not using PHP or server-side includes will require a full republish.

4/09/2020 release

  • Removes UTM parameters from news and events feeds
    See issue #149
If event and news feeds have been localized on your site, please see instructions in the manual updates section.
  • Fixes errors with breadcrumbs in Google Search Console
    See issue #146
A full site republish is required for this update.
  • Adds error handling for missing content in the Table chunk
    See issue #143
  • Adds visual focus for same page links
    See issue #148
For a list of modified back-end files for the above updates, see the full back-end changelog.

12/05/19 release

  • HOTFIX [1/13/2020] Updates Code chunk to support PHP shorthand echo
    See issue #136
  • Removes images from news feeds less than full-width
    See issue #139
  • Fixes issue with Attached Sections with same name as another asset
    See issue #111
  • Fixes duplicate code output in Attached Sections
    See issue #125
This will require an update to existing sites. Instructions are in the manual updates section.

10/03/19 release

  • Updates jQuery version from 3.3.1 to 3.4.1
    See issue #129
This will require an update to existing sites. Instructions are in the manual updates section.
  • Fixes search on sites with no mobile navigation
    See issue #127
  • Fixes escape issue in Feed chunk
    See issue #81
  • Fixes issue with LiveWhale calendar feeds for DST and time zone selection
    See issue #118 and issue #130.
  • Adds auto feed cache for LiveWhale calendar
    See issue #121
  • Updates header levels on News and Event page types
    See issue #128
News and Event pages will require a republish to apply this update.
  • Adds ability to use line breaks in Feature chunks
    See issue #92

08/08/19 release

  • Adds support for IU Sitehosting
    See issue #107
  • Fixes emergency banner placement for version 1.2
    See issue #106
  • Fixes escape issues
    See issue #87 and issue #90.
  • Adds internal warning message to Accordion chunk with missing content
    See issue #75
  • Removes auto-hyphentation on panel elements
    See issue #82
  • Update footer tagline
Sites not using server-side includes will require a full republish.

07/11/19 release

  • Updates tagline in the footer to “1820-2020” as IU begins the Bicentennial
Sites not using server-side includes will require a full republish.

06/06/19 release

  • Adds support for LiveWhale, the new IU Calendar system, and fixes event display
    See issue #28, issue #59 and issue #61
  • Fixes mobile navigation inside the WCMS for version 1.2
    See issue #52. To apply this update to an existing site, see instructions in the manual updates section.
  • Adds ability to accomodate long site titles
    See issue #4. See instructions on the Set up page.
  • Adds ability to place attached sections in subfolders
    See issue #63. To apply this update to an existing site, see instructions in the manual updates section.
  • Adds ability to include references in navigation

05/02/19 release

  • Fixes social media share icon position and content spacing
    See issue #54, issue #35, and issue #43
  • Adds additional Rivet styles for error handling in forms
    See issue #44
  • Adds handling for long words in panel elements
    See issue #32

04/04/19 release

  • Fixes Short Display Name
    See issue #7
  • Updates Accordion chunk markup
    See issue #20
  • Fixes Velocity block Parser issue where dates returned null values
    See issue #1
  • Adds ability to tab to skip social media feeds
    See issue #5
  • Fixes end date/time display of multi-day manual events
    See issue #8
Re-publishing pages with any of the above chunks or page types is recommended.

02/07/19 release

  • Updates ARIA Landmarks
Documentation and options for assistance applying this update are available under manual updates.
  • Adds ability to use <span> in the Feature chunk
  • Fixes image position for text overlay banner
  • Updates footer content sequence and messaging
  • Adds ability to include Rivet styles on form elements
To include Rivet styles on pages on an existing site, see instructions in manual updates.

12/13/18 release

  • Adds custom sections
  • Removes CSS Class and ID restrictions
  • Removes Google+ from Settings block
  • Adds Snapchat to Settings block
The updates above will require updates to existing sites. Instructions are in the manual updates section.
  • Adds Google Analytics tracking for IU News and Events feeds

11/01/18 release

  • Updates alt text for open search button
  • Removes alt text from IU trident in the branding bar
The above updates will be applied automatically if your site uses global assets. If your site has localized branding, please see the updates in GitHub.
  • Updates tab order for mobile navigation
  • Updates footer font size so it changes appropriately on zoom in Chrome
  • Creates minified files for brand assets
To point to minified brand assets on an existing site, see instructions in manual updates.

10/04/18 release

  • Retirement of mint, gold, and limestone as secondary colors
Please select a new secondary color—mahogany, majestic, or midnight—in the Settings block and republish the entire site. Any sites still using these older background colors after Oct. 4 will see them replaced with white.
  • Updates color contrast for panel and callout chunks
  • Corrects arrow placement for news and events ticker feeds on mobile
  • Updates visual focus indicators for slideshows
  • Corrects focus for keyboard navigation for mobile menu
  • Adds WCMS Asset Naming Rule functionality
This option will be enabled on sites created after Oct. 3, 2018. To implement this feature on an existing site, contact .

09/06/2018 release

  • Changes 50/50, text overlay, and text banner headline from h2 to p (requires republish if these banner types are used)
  • Updates section and mobile navigation aria labels to 'Section' and 'Mobile' respectively (requires whole site republish if site is in non-PHP environment)
  • Updates aria label for '+' and '-' on mobile menu
  • Adds aria label for mobile nav 'x' button
  • Updates color contrast on text overlay banner
  • Updates wide page social share display
  • Updates color contrast for table caption on crimson and secondary background colors
  • Fixes color contrast for news feeds, event feeds, profile feeds, table, pullquote, and social media chunks on crimson and secondary background colors
  • Corrects focus on pages with slideshows
  • Updates video banner to auto-play in Chrome

08/02/2018 release

For improved color contrast and accessibility:

  • Updates colors and styles for inline links, buttons, and interactive panels across available section background colors
  • Updates text colors and link colors across all available section background colors in remaining chunks: callouts, features, image, image essay, image slider, panels, interactive panels and the HTML5, Kaltura, Vimeo, and YouTube video chunks
  • Updates text color in stat chunk on light gray section background
  • Adds outline to accordion on white and light gray backgrounds
  • Updates background and text colors for accordions across all available section background colors

These changes should get applied automatically and do not require users to make any manual updates. However, since browsers cache CSS, users may need to a Shift+Refresh and/or clear their broswer cache in order to see the changes.