Monthly Archives: June 2014

CSS in Digication Video Series: Altering Border Lines Between Left and Main Navigation

Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Below is the latest installment from the CSS in Digication Video Series, in which the CUPID Associates will discuss altering the border lines between the left and main navigations of your Digication portfolio. Try it out and leave us a comment! For a written guide, check out the CSS in Digication website: http://elonpwr-cssindigication.weebly.com/between-left-navigation–main-container.html

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CSS in Digication Video Series: Altering Border Lines of Top Nav Links

Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Below is the latest installment from the CSS in Digication Video Series, in which the CUPID Associates will discuss altering the border lines of the top navigation links of your Digication portfolio. Try it out and leave us a comment! For a written guide, check out the CSS in Digication website:  http://elonpwr-cssindigication.weebly.com/between-top-navigation-links.html

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Learning New Genres at an Internship

Guest Blogger Taylor Hill ’14 This spring, I had the amazing opportunity to intern with ArtsGreensboro which is a non-profit organization that promotes arts events in the Greensboro, NC area. This was my first time as an intern, so naturally I came into the experience with some trepidation, however the people that surrounded me and the tasks that I was … Continue Reading

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CSS in Digication Video Series: Altering the Border Lines of Footer

Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Below is the latest installment from the CSS in Digication Video Series, in which the CUPID Associates will discuss altering the border lines of the footer of your Digication portfolio. Try it out and leave us a comment! For a written guide, check out the CSS in Digication website: http://elonpwr-cssindigication.weebly.com/around-the-footer.html

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CSS in Digication Video Series: Altering Border Lines of Portfolio Title

Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Below is the latest installment from the CSS in Digication Video Series, in which the CUPID Associates will discuss altering the border lines of the portfolio title of your Digication portfolio. Try it out and leave us a comment! For a written guide, check out the CSS in Digication website: http://elonpwr-cssindigication.weebly.com/around-the-portfolio-title.html

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Wrapping Up an Internship and an Undergraduate Career

Guest Blogger Christine Meyer ’14 Sadly, this is the last time I am posting on the CUPID Blog as a student, but I wish to reflect on my work with the Hayden-Harman Foundation and share the takeaways from I’ve gained from the internship. For those who are unfamiliar with the nonprofit, the Hayden-Harman foundation benefits philanthropy, voluntarism and grantmaking foundations, … Continue Reading

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CSS in Digication Video Series: Background Color

Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Below is the latest installment from the CSS in Digication Video Series, in which the CUPID Associates will discuss altering the background color of your Digication portfolio. Try it out and leave us a comment! For a written guide, check out the CSS in Digication website: http://elonpwr-cssindigication.weebly.com/background-colors.html

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CSS in Digication Video Series: Font Color

Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Below is the latest installment from the CSS in Digication Video Series, in which the CUPID Associates will discuss altering the font color of the top and left navigation of your Digication portfolio. Try it out and leave us a comment! For a written guide, check out the CSS in Digication website: http://elonpwr-cssindigication.weebly.com/font-color.html

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