Steps to Justice has made improvements and added new features to our embed tools
CLEO is pleased to announce that we have added new features to the Steps to Justice embed tools.
Embedded content is more accessible to users with disabilities. Users can now tab their way through the content or let their screen readers read the content to them. If you have already embedded Steps to Justice content, accessibility improves automatically.
A new search feature lets users search all the content on the Steps to Justice website from your embedded content. Search results open in a separate window. If you’ve already have embedded our content, you will see this automatically.
We can now track and collect statistics on embedded content traffic. If you would like this information for embedded Steps to Justice content on your website, please contact us at email@example.com.
All Topics Embed
We offer different embed options. In addition to our single legal topic embed, sub-topic embed and question embed, we now offer an “All Topics” embed.
This option shows all Steps to Justice legal topics in one embed.
To add this “All Topics” embed, log in to the password protected Steps to Justice embed builder page and get the code you need.
Here is what our “All Topics” embed looks like:
More Design Options: Grey version
We now offer another embed colour option. In addition to our full colour embed, there is now a “grey” version that gives you another option to visually integrate our content into your website.
To switch your current embed to the new grey version, you will have to remove your current embed code and replace it with new code for the grey version.
You will see these additional choices when you log in the Steps to Justice embed builder page.
You can preview both colour options and decide which one is best for you.
Here is an example of what the “grey” embedded sub-topic looks like:
Coming Soon – French embeds!
Steps to Justice will be available in French in 2018. We will then offer French embeds on the Steps to Justice embed builder page.
Need help or have questions?
Please contact us if you need help or wish to share feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org