October 2016 Stats

December 6, 2016 |

Fall on campus is absolutely gorgeous! CEDARVILLE.edu Traffic 638,693 views by 248,644 people 33.1% New Visits 54.0% On Campus 46.0% Off Campus

September 2016 Stats

October 18, 2016 |

September includes a lot of celebration on campus, including Homecoming! CEDARVILLE.edu Traffic 575,665 views by 192,477 people 27.7% New Visits 47.3% On Campus 52.7% Off Campus

August 2016 Stats

October 18, 2016 |

Students return to campus & the Class of 2020 arrives! CEDARVILLE.edu Traffic 448,604 views by 168,068 people 31.6% New Visits 25.5% On Campus 74.5% Off Campus

Integrating Donation Forms and Google Sheets

May 2, 2016 |

Cedarville’s now annual tradition of a one-day, twenty-four hour giving day blitz fell on April 20 in 2016. While we were able to re-use a number of website front-end design patterns from the 2015 site, several back-end modifications were needed due to system changes and new requirements from the advancement staff. The... View Article

ColdFusion 11 and Charset Encoding Issue Serving Images

July 8, 2015 |

We’ve long had ColdFusion cfm pages that fetch images from a remote server using cfhttp or the local file system and serve them to the client web browser using a combination of the cfcontent, cfheader and cfoutput tags. As we move our production version of ColdFusion from version 9 running on Windows Server 2008... View Article

Automatically Remove Masthead Images from Cedarville.edu

February 20, 2015 |

Masthead images on our website change constantly. Many of them promote events that are date specific and need to be removed when the event has passed. Sitecore has a nice feature that allows you to add a Publishable To date to a masthead item indicating when you want it to... View Article

Retrospect of 2014

December 31, 2014 |

And so it begins. For this first entry in the blog, I’d like to journey back through the year in web development services at Cedarville University. One year ago today, I was the only full-time staff member on the webdev team after the resignations of both of my co-workers in... View Article