Based on our work with cities, we’ve updated our default website theme to make it easier, faster and cheaper for municipalities to launch city government websites. Theme enhancements include: Cleaner user experience Refined information architecture Navigation, page template clean-up Additional page templates New default settings As part of the onboarding process, we’ve added a new … Continued
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To better provide world class support to our government partners, as well as the government community at large, we’ve combined ProudCity Platform knowledge support with general digital government information and resources. ProudCity Help, located at help.proudcity.com, provides answers, tips, templates, guides and best practices in digital government on topics such as websites, accessibility, security, analytics, … Continued
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We are extremely proud that the new ELGL website is now on the ProudCity Platform.
As we previously wrote, government website accessibility is extremely important to ProudCity, and we continuously work to ensure and improve on government adherence to all related guidelines and requirements. Now officially in BETA, our new ProudCity Accessibility Checker helps governments understand and stay updated on pertinent accessibility issues and continue to maintain AA compliance. PAC … Continued
It is imperative that governments adhere to web accessibility guidelines. Most importantly, because it’s the right thing to do, but also because it will increasingly become a legal issue for governments who don’t actively adhere to these standards.
When we talk with local governments about their websites, online forms, payments and general digital service offerings, and how ProudCity can help them better serve their communities, we’re often asked how we’re different from similar providers, particularly ones that are more established. Here’s how we’re different.
The ProudCity Pagebuilder includes more than 30 drag and drop widgets, making it extremely easy for government website managers to create custom pages and continuously refine these until the user experience is optimized.
We’re proud to begin working closely with ELGL and the local government leadership community on its future website.
Your mobile browser’s address bar is a valuable, but often overlooked, additional opportunity to brand your website. The address bar background color can be set with the theme-color meta tag: <meta name=”theme-color” content=”#ff6600″ /> As of the 1.47.0 release, all ProudCity websites now automatically set the mobile browser theme color to your topnav color. Let us know … Continued