Announcements

  • Release 2.5.0

    AEM release 2.5.0 (6/29/2018) introduces a new feature for Social Media sharing properties, adds enhancements for News List component, updates to our icon library, and addresses a number of bugs. extends Tab component flexibility, brings modal popup image flexibility, improvements to print and mobile displays, and improvements to Global Navigation and header displays.


  • 2016 April Author Event

    WThe AEM Author Community event was held via bluejeans on April 13th and was attended by approximately 45 people. The highlight was a demonstration of updated image, tab, and accordion components by Senior Designer Zak Akin. If you weren’t able to attend, you’ll find a recording of the 45 minute session below.


  • Release 2.3.0

    AEM release adds some fixes and enhancements to the image component including returning the default state to image popups to none (opt-in), more scalable sizes, centering, and a gallery option. Also several bug fixes and visual enhancements extends Tab component flexibility, brings modal popup image flexibility, improvements to print and mobile displays, and improvements to Global Navigation and header displays.


  • Release 2.2.1

    AEM release extends Tab component flexibility, brings modal popup image flexibility, improvements to print and mobile displays, and improvements to Global Navigation and header displays.


  • Release 2.0.1

    AEM release with multiple visual treatment improvements, CAP fixes, and increased image options…


  • Release 1.0.39

    AEM release that adds some small features and a higher quality CAP sync…


  • Release 1.0.36

    This minor release introduced versioned CSS so that end user caches do not need to be cleared. IE 8/9 styling was fixed along with a few minor bugs.


  • New Static Web Designs

    We are happy to announce that we successfully rolled out a new design to all the Dreamweaver and Contribute websites on Friday, August 14.


  • Release 1.0.30

    AEM release that adds bookmark able tabs and accordions, SCI site features, new filter in clinical trials, and a variety of bug fixes.


  • Wendy Moltrup joins Web Services

    Please join me us welcoming Wendy Moltrup to Stanford Medicine as our new Web Content Strategist.