Web Services, in cooperation with Community Relations and Educational Technology, has published a set of best practices for all MPS Web sites. By following these best practices, webmasters and other contributors can ensure that their sites are compliant with MPS district policy and optimized for use by most parents, students, and other visitors on the Internet.
Please read the full story for a link to the MPS Web Best Practices, and to learn about two new programs we are implementing: Architeck Best of the Month, recognizing our district's best web sites; and Developers' Dialogue, where the developers of Architeck will answer your questions.
Today, we are rolling out Architeck version 1.3 (a.k.a. "Enchantment Under the Sea"). This release unveils two exciting new features that have been in the works for a long time: the new online Phonebook, and email subscriptions for news! There are other changes too, so keep reading!
Great Scott! We've outdone ourselves this time! We've coded so many new features and improvements since the last version of Architeck, that we've disrupted the fabric of the space-time continuum. You might expect our latest release to be version 1.3, but you're not thinking fourth-dimensionally!
Architeck 1.21 "Jiggawatts" released today!
This afternoon, we rolled out Architeck version 1.2 (a.k.a. "Jailbird Joey"), which includes a number of new features, including built-in searching powered by Google. There are lots and lots of smaller tweaks in this release, so please take a look!
We are pleased to announce the release of Architeck version 1.1, by far the most significant update since May.
Architeck now features inline spell-checking!
There are many, many other new features and improvements, so please read on.