Recent Projects at Scalia Law
I made a major MODX upgrade from version 2.8.4 to 3.0.2. It took me several months to test to make sure everything works as expected. When I attempted to upgrade from 2.8.3 to 3.0, most of the dynamic pages broke. I am glad that I made the exact copy of the production site and made the test upgrade first. If I did a live upgrade, it would have been a disaster. Fortunately, version 3.0.2 fixed all of the issues.
I work with the alumni staff to update the alumni landing page. The featured stories are dynamically pulled in from our spotlights. When we want a spotlight to appear on the alumni page, we simply check the alumni box under news categories in the template variables.
We launched a new blog, Voices for Liberty, for the Liberty & Law Center using WordPress.
I have been cleaning up Google Analytics and moving from UA to GA4.
We have lots of tracking on our site. Google Tag Manager alone has 27 tracking codes ranging from Google Ads to Google Conversions to LinkedIn. In addition, we have a few pixel trackings. Since I don’t have access to Google Ads or Linkedin Ads accounts, I can’t tell which tracks are still active and what types of data are being tracked. Should we put together a privacy statement to be more transparent with the users?