Transition to New Website

Information about our new website for 2018 (and archiving of the current website)
hwf-admin
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Re: Transition to New Website

Post by hwf-admin » Thu Mar 15, 2018 9:50 pm

(the is the Hathaway David...)

Well, the funny story is 8 years ago, I made the very first attempt to move the Hancock Wildlife Foundation to Wordpress :%:

And we basically started this new site nearly a year ago. :dunno: But here we are with a new website and a new forum.

And FINALLY, it's all live!

Judyb, gemini, thanks for all your help over the past year wrestling this into shape.

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IrishEyes
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Re: Transition to New Website

Post by IrishEyes » Fri Mar 16, 2018 12:35 am

WOW! WOW! I love it... A huge thank you to all who spent many hours working on this esp. Judy B, gemini and David Hathaway ... :bravo:
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Re: Transition to New Website

Post by SueD » Fri Mar 16, 2018 6:44 am

The new website is fantastic! So beautiful, and the layout is appealing and intuitive. Congratulations to all involved, and thank you for your hard work!
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Marg
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Re: Transition to New Website

Post by Marg » Fri Mar 16, 2018 8:11 am

I'm very impressed thanks to everyone involved! :D
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Re: Transition to New Website

Post by JudyB » Fri Mar 16, 2018 8:16 am

Thank you everyone! Be sure to check out the work David Hancock is doing tracking some of the eagles that visit the area near the cams - and keep your eyes out for banded eagles!

The old forum is back - link is http://archive.hancockwildlife.org/forum/index.php - and I've discovered that sometimes the link to the old forum takes me to the new forum (especially if I'm typing it and don't include the index.php, which shouldn't be necessary). If that happens, go to the old website at http://archive.hancockwildlife.org/ and then use the Forum link in the black bar at the top.

And remember - there are lots of links in the "~Important Links~" forum at the top of the index page for the new forum! We need to add a "donate" button there (link for donations is http://www.hancockwildlife.org/donations/ - and still needs some tweaking, which will hopefully be done later today).

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Re: Transition to New Website

Post by IrishEyes » Fri Mar 16, 2018 11:11 am

JudyB wrote:
Fri Mar 16, 2018 8:16 am
Thank you everyone! Be sure to check out the work David Hancock is doing tracking some of the eagles that visit the area near the cams - and keep your eyes out for banded eagles!

The old forum is back - link is http://archive.hancockwildlife.org/forum/index.php - and I've discovered that sometimes the link to the old forum takes me to the new forum (especially if I'm typing it and don't include the index.php, which shouldn't be necessary). If that happens, go to the old website at http://archive.hancockwildlife.org/ and then use the Forum link in the black bar at the top.

And remember - there are lots of links in the "~Important Links~" forum at the top of the index page for the new forum! We need to add a "donate" button there (link for donations is http://www.hancockwildlife.org/donations/ - and still needs some tweaking, which will hopefully be done later today).
You are welcome Judy and thank you....speaking for myself I will be going over the New Web site many times.. :)
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Re: Transition to New Website

Post by sassyk » Fri Mar 16, 2018 3:32 pm

JudyB the new website looks great :thumlft: I agree with others about it being clean and uncluttered, and easy to maneuver around. Thanks to you, gemini, David Hathaway, David Hancock and everyone else involved in creating the new website :ty:
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