The Academics site has received a major overhaul in functionality. Now the site homepage defaults to using search to explore our academic programs. There are however additional tabs above the search form which lets users browse programs alphabetically or by
Today we released the newest version of the campus map. The design was updated to maximize the space available for the map yet still retain all the necessary navigation and footer information. We’re also now using the latest version of
Web pages should load fast. Period. It’s irritating for any reason to wait on a computer. As a web developer, so many of the factors that go into page loading speed are outside of our control. However, some of the
Since in recent history the Missouri State homepage only gets a complete overhaul about once every 5 years, deciding on what HTML and CSS technologies to use as a baseline is tricky. Five years from now what was once cutting
The new Missouri State University homepage and top-level site launched on Aug. 9, 2010, just a couple weeks before the opening of the fall semester.
In February we posted that with the new redesign, we would no longer support Internet Explorer 6. We will also no longer be supporting other older browsers including FireFox 2 and Safari 3 and older. These browsers have very low