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One way to assure that the media/element block(s) you wish to rotate are inserted within the mediaSet DIV is to toggle on the "Show Blocks" mode (using the toolbar button near the '?' icon) which then represents the block containers in the editor. Note: Children that are text elements are ignored. Any text to be rotated must be enclosed within (a child of) an HTML element (making it a grandchild, not a child). That is why the "Add Content Here..." text is not seen by the user.
Hint: If you want more than one item visible to the user at a time, youn can "seed" the viewer DIV by adding the number of items you want displayed into that DIV. For example, if you place 3 images into the viewer DIV and 5 more into the set DIV, the images will be rotated one at a time... moving thru the viewer like a train. The left most image will be removed as a new image is added to the right side, effectivley shifting all the images to the left, one at a time.
Green French Fries? You bet! University Dining Services recycles used fryer oil in dining locations. When possible, fryer oil is recycled into bio-diesel products.
Join our team! UDS employs "Green Team" student employees who help educate the campus community about our environmental programs and practices.
UDS offers at least one fair trade coffee in each dining location on campus.
University Catering purchases foods from University of Minnesota's Cheese Lab, Meat Lab and Student Cornercopia Farms.
UDS is a charter member of Heartland Food Network, a non-profit organization that works to increase the availability and variety of local foods in Minnesota.
Four of UDS' cafes on campus offer 100% sustainable coffees and espresso drinks - Food for Thought Cafe, Java City at Essentials Market, Hay Loft Cafe and CityKid Java Cafe.
35% of packaging used in University Dining Services locations is biodegrable, breaking down in compost piles in approximately 45 days.
CityKid Java Cafe, located in Carlson School of Management, serves as a living learning lab for high school youth from south Minneapolis non-profit organization Urban Ventures and University of Minnesota students by providing hands-on work experience and mentoring opportunities.
UDS purchased 187,375 pounds of local produce in 2008.
UDS collects, on average, 30 tons of compostable material from dining locations each month.
Each month, UDS hosts ‘Farm Stand’ in residential restaurants to highlight sustainable programming in campus dining locations.