Are you Secure?

CU*Secure

Check out cusecure.org for various posts regarding password security – common threats online, and tips to protect your identity when perusing the world wide web!

State of the Word 2021

State of the Word 2021

The annual keynote from WordPress is back. Hosted by WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg, the evirtual event elaborated on where we are at in the world of web development. More information and the video recording can be found on the WordPress Website News.

Network Maintenance – October 19

maintenance

On Tuesday, October 19th, beginning at 12:00 AM ET, Network Services will begin the monthly patch process for all the servers on the CU*Answers network. Maintenance is scheduled to be completed by 8:00 AM ET.

The End of Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer

As led up by Microsoft over the past few years – Internet Explorer is reaching it’s end of life. There no longer will be updates and security patches for the browser, and it is highly recommended that all internet users migrate to an updated modern browser, such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge. Users who are still dependant on Internet Explorer for Legacy programs have the ability to run Internet Explorer within the Edge browser, which currently recieves updates and security patches. For more information, see past posts from the CU*Answers Web Services Team and related articles.

Web Services – Internet Explorer is Done in 2022

Web Services – The Beginning of the End of Internet Explorer 11

Web Services – Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 Finally Closer to End of Life

CUSOMag – It’s Time to Say Goodbye to Internet Explorer

Tech Radar – Internet Explorer Abandoned Once and For All

New Direct Login Widgets

Online Banking Direct Login Widget

Over the next few months, CU*Answers will be updating your credit union Direct Login Widget automatically. Please see the Switch Schedule to find out which day your widget will be updated. Note, the new Direct Login Widget may not be functional until your switch day.

The new Direct Login Widget is responsive—so your current website setup dictates how the widget will appear. Depending on the height you currently have set, the new widget will either show as a form (height greater than 194px) or a button (height less than 194px).

If you are a CU*Answers Web Services client, you may request widget size or website changes to better accommodate your new widget. You may send your update requests to web_services@cuanswers.com to be updated within 48 work hours at the standard rate. Otherwise, please reach out to your personal web developer to make any necessary adjustments.

Note: The predefined height and width of the standard widget is 300x300px. The width may be adjusted to accommodate your website. Note that if your current login widget has a height of less than 194px, once the widget is updated, your standard widget will shift to a button. 

For any questions, feel free to reach out to us!

CSS – A Staple in Website Development

CSS 3

CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is fundamental to customizing your website. It determines everything from colors, to layouts, to hover effects. Learn CSS! is a great source for getting started with CSS and the concepts involved, as well as providing code and examples of how it is used on a website.