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  • Weekly Web Updates – July 8, 2019

    | by Adam Franco

    Updates Drupal 8.7.4 Drupal entity_browser 8.x-2.2 Drupal entity_embed 8.x-1.0 Drupal eva 8.x-2.0-rc3 Drupal redirect 8.x-1.4 MediaWiki 1.31.3 WordPress foobox-image-lightbox plugin 2.7.3 WordPress foogallery plugin 1.7.8 WordPress instagram-feed plugin 1.12.1 WordPress jetpack plugin 7.5.2 WordPress post-type-switcher plugin 3.2.0 WordPress seriously-simple-podcasting plugin 1.20.4 WordPress the-events-calendar plugin 4.9.4 WordPress hueman theme 3.4.25 Fixes and Tweaks Added the RSS […]

  • Weekly Web Updates – July 1, 2019

    | by Adam Franco

    Updates Drupal entity_embed 8.x-1.0-rc1 and 8.x-1.0-rc2 WordPress the-events-calendar plugin Fixes and Tweaks We switched the authentication system for the Middlebury Institute site to the same one used by our other Drupal 8 sites. The header menu links in Drupal 8 will now change appearance when you are in the section of the site corresponding […]

  • Weekly Web Updates – June 24, 2019

    | by Adam Franco

    Updates Drupal role_delegation 8.x-1.0 WordPress 5.2.2 WordPress auto-post-thumbnail plugin 3.4.2 WordPress enable-media-replace plugin 3.3.1 WordPress jetpack plugin 7.4.1 WordPress subscribe2 plugin 10.30 Fixes and Tweaks Ongoing Work Creating a new “Offices” site for institution-wide anchor functions. Creating new Drupal 8 sites for our schools and programs. Upgrading the Course Hub to Drupal 8.

Special Collections

History of the Bible, published in Cooperstown, New York, in 1836

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Special Collections is a welcoming place for hands-on learning and imaginative approaches to research, access, and teaching. Find everything from cuneiform tablets to contemporary pop-up books, rare books to age-old recordings—all telling the story of our collective past.

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