Recent Blog Posts
Posted by Andy on December 5, 2018
There are a lot of great events that happen in the Tyndale community and the Tyndale Marketing team would like to help you promote them! In this post I will look at some ways we can help you promote your events using online tools.
Posted by Andy on November 27, 2018
Events is one of the most used Content Types on the Tyndale website. The Webteam is continually trying to make creating this type of content more straightforward and flexible. Here are a few recent changes to be aware of when posting your events on the Tyndale Website.
Posted by Andy on April 19, 2018
The Tyndale website is divided into three distinct sections — called Segments. Each segment will soon have a distinct header. Along with these new headers will come some significant changes to the main menu navigation system. This post outlines these upcoming changes.
Posted by Andy on February 2, 2018
To many, going back over all of your existing content and correcting accessibility issues seemed like a huge task and very time consuming — but don't worry, we have a plan!
Posted by Andy on January 4, 2018
We have made some changes to the way you create events. Creating events is fairly straight forward, but we want to make it even easier.
Posted by Andy on December 11, 2017
Thank you to all those who came to our recent Website Content Accessibility meeting. We were able to record the Wednesday meeting and make the video available here for your reference...
Posted by Andy on November 28, 2017
We have been adding some new functionality that will allow you as a content creator to make more robust pages. These "Component Pages" will make it easier for you to add richer content like photo galleries, cards, images quotes, feature cards, videos and more — these will be called "Components".
Posted by Andy on August 31, 2017
Millions of people have disabilities that affect their use of the web. Most websites, including Tyndale's, have accessibility barriers that make it difficult for many people with disabilities to use them. This post will discuss what website accessibility is, why it matters and what we need to do to make tyndale.ca more accessible.
Posted by Andy on July 17, 2017
We know that building web pages on the Tyndale website can be challenging — especially if you only do it every once in a while. We want to help by sharing some useful content with you on a more regular basis...