Here are the features and fixes included in the latest website release on Wednesday 22 June, 2022.
Content types and entries (applies to /news and /study sections)
- Offer Calculator 'favourites' icon in navigation - this now appears for all users who have completed the Offer Calculator and 'favourited' a course (can be done on most undergraduate course pages by clicking the 'am I likely to get an offer' button)
- Call to action banner - now has the option to apply a beige background, as an alternative to white
- Course listing page - international clearing status added as a pre-filter option, allowing us to create a listing of all courses in international clearing
- Course listing page - international clearing status added as an optional column heading
- Courses - international clearing status added to the 'taxonomies' tab, so that these can be applied for all relevant courses
- Events listing - new component available on standard content, which allows the CMS user to create a listing of all events with a particular keyword associated. It links to events in Contensis Classic, and filters events based on the 'search data keywords' field (in CT&E) and the 'keywords' field (Classic). Note that this is an MVP for this component - there will be further visual changes in future sprints.
Contensis Classic (applies to rest of site)
- Homepage news items - heading style changed to h2 for feature headings and h3 for news/event titles, to ensure a logical heading structure
- Research landing page - heading styles amended to ensure a logical structure
- Research Spotlight pages - heading styles amended to ensure a logical structure
- Course pages - removal of Covid banner (above the 'modules' accordion)
Content types and entries
- Link carousel - if the component was used within an entry that had no location in the site tree, it automatically pulled through fallback images rather than the images associated with the linked entries. This has now been corrected so that the right images pull through even if the page has no location yet.
- Header on mobile - removal of a pink line above the header on some mobile devices
- News landing page - padding on mobile amended, to give a slight gap between the edge of the screen and the image or text