In GOV.UK's Modelling Services team we looked at the possibility of using sticky functionality as part of our work with step by step navigation elements. Here’s what we found.
Our colleagues in the GOV.UK Email team send out notification emails to around 750,000 GOV.UK users who have signed up for alerts about significant content changes.
We’re working to make it easier for government technologists to access the guidance they need to buy, design and build the best possible digital services in the most efficient way…
We update our browser testing recommendations in the Service Manual every 6 months. Samsung Internet is the latest addition to our list to test your service in.
When preparing to update the GOV.UK search engine, a code change resulted in missing or duplicated search results. Find out how our search team fixed this issue, what we’ve learnt and the safeguards we’ve put in place to prevent it …
Our job in the Infrastructure Team is to make sure GOV.UK is available. Find out how we've improved the uptime of GOV.UK by making our DNS more robust.
We’ve come to the decision that as of April 2017, the Business Support API will be deprecated. This post explains why we're doing this and the dates you need to know.
Our team makes sure the GOV.UK infrastructure is up to date and maintained, while also providing infrastructure for new requirements. At the moment it’s our mission to “Upgrade the Things”, which involves a series of major updates to our …
Today we’re handing over the maintenance of our Puppet::Syntax tool to an open source community group.
Over the last year on GOV.UK, we’ve been looking for ways to make our forms easier to use by improving the checkboxes and radio buttons that people need to click on.