Take a deeper dive into GovHub, including why and how certain content types can be used on your site.

New Web Application Firewall Adds Another Layer of Protection

We’ve just added a layer of protection from outages called a Web Application Firewall (WAF). It’s an additional set of tools that our engineering team uses to monitor and block unwanted traffic.

Map Out Your Online Form with DSGa’s New Guide

How do you set up your online forms for success? Find out in our new Webforms Guide.

Find the Right Type of Content With GovHub’s Type Tray

At first glance, Type Tray might just look like an expanded version of the dropdown list. But when you look closer, you’ll see some extra details that can help you find the best option for your content. It is a little like walking into a fine clothing boutique with your personal stylist on call. Inside this boutique, all the clothes (your content types) are arranged by occasion and your stylist (Type Tray) helps you choose your best options.

“Click Here” Doesn’t Click With Users

Relying on “Click here” for link text is bad for your users, accessibility, and SEO. So what should you do? Create descriptive links that tell all your users (and search engines) what they offer.

Promos

Sometimes you need just a single item to stand apart from the rest. When just a link won't cut it, maybe you need a Promo.

Contacts: Content Type and Teaser

Contacts are a key piece of structured content. Did an office change titles or get a new phone number? Update the information in one place, and see that reflected all throughout your website.

What Can You Do With Webforms?

Scrap the third-party solutions and learn how GovHub's Webforms, powered by Drupal 8, can meet your needs when collecting visitor information.

Icon Lists

Basically, an Icon List is made up of links, each with its own icon. Icon Links can link to both external and internal pages. You can give the list a title, description, and “more” link. It can be displayed with or without a card, on a Landing Page.

Add Titles to Landing Pages

You’re now able to check a box on the page’s Edit screen labeled “Show title on screen.”

Default Link Text

When you type the words “learn more” in the link text field, you’re actually hurting the accessibility of your content and making it harder for people with disabilities to find what they need. To help, we’ve now added default text to a few micro-content types.