UBS has been updated to WordPress 4.9.10. See the following link for more information about this security patch.
The University Blog Service will be unavailable on March 20th from 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM for database maintenance.
Check the IT Maintenance Events Calendar ( EID Auth Required ) for more information.
UBS has been updated to WordPress 4.9.9. See the following link for more information about this security patch.
The University Blog Service will undergo an upgrade on December 18th, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. During this time the service may be unavailable.
Check the IT Maintenance Events Calendar for more information.
If you have any questions, please contact the UT Service Desk at 512-475-9400. Thank you!
UBS has been updated to WordPress 4.9.8. See the link below for more information about this maintenance release.
UBS has been updated to WordPress 4.9.7. See the link below for more information about this privacy and maintenance release.
The Google Analytics for WordPress plugin has changed ownership from Yoast to MonsterInsights and UBS stewards will be updating to the current iteration on August 9th, 2018. This change will require that users re-authenticate with Google Analytics in order to continue tracking analytics data on your UBS site.
The updated version of this plugin has been made available in the QUAL environment (https://qual.sites.utexas.edu) for testing.
Instructions to re-authenticate
- Log in to your site dashboard
- Open the left hand menu item, “Insights” (formerly called “Analytics”)
- Follow the instructions to re-authenticate with Google Analytics
NOTE: If you are looking for instructions for setting up Google Analytics for the first time, please visit this post for more information.
Resources from the plugin Developer:
UBS has been updated to WordPress 4.9.6. See the link below for more information about this privacy and maintenance release.
UBS has been updated to WordPress 4.9.5
UBS Stewards have removed the My Custom CSS plugin from availability in favor of the newly introduced Aditional CSS functionality offered as part of WordPress Core.
From WordPress.org: https://codex.wordpress.org/CSS#Custom_CSS_in_WordPress
If you have been using the My Custom CSS Plugin to input your own CSS, these changes have been retained and moved into Customize > Additional CSS. From this interface, you can continue to input your cust CSS stylings with the added benefit of real-time preview capability offered in the Customize menu.