Great news. Our tender to JISC for ‘Ben…

Great news. Our tender to JISC for ‘Benefits and Realisation’ funds was accepted. Over the next three months, we’ll be working on meeting the recent accessibility review of and creating high quality documentation and supporting video tutorials. We hope that this will ensure that the work we did on the JISCPress project last year, is sustained through increased user take up and code contributions. You can read our tender document, here.

3 Replies to “Great news. Our tender to JISC for ‘Ben…”

  1. I’d be interested to know how you got on. Commentpress works with or without Javascript, BTW.

    1. I see you’re the developer of CommentPress v2, so I’ll take your word on jscript working. Does it work for commenting at the paragraph level, too? That’s the real stumbling block. If you’ve got it working, then I guess we need to look at your code. Thanks for getting in touch.

  2. The original version of CommentPress didn’t work without Javascript. I’m not sure about the new version, but I’m pretty sure the ability to comment at the paragraph level is not possible without jscript being turned on. v3 is due to be released in December. RC1 is available to test here: We’ll be incorporating changes for accessibility into the final version. If you have any feedback on RC1, please use the issue tracker on the Google code site and join our Discussion group, too:

    Thank you.

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