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Friday, December 2, 2011

Web site being updated

My web site (PleasantValleyConservancy.org) is apparently widely read, and I continue to get comments from across Wisconsin and the Midwest. However, any web site gets "stale" after a while, and needs updating. Now that our field work is tapering off, I have had some time to work on it.

The Home page in particular had become a bit of a mess. I kept adding new things more or less willy nilly, and it was confusing to know where to go. So I completely redesigned the page. I kept enough introductory material so that new comers would be able to get oriented but I also added a box near the top that announces which web pages have been updated. And of course, Tom's Blog (which you are now reading) provides up-to-the-minute information.

The Menu bar on the left side of the page has also been modified. And two new pages have been added, one on Awards and Recognitions, the other on the East Basin. The latter complements the three blog posts that were published in November (Turning woods into prairie, parts 1, 2, and 3).

None of this is any big deal, but some people might like to know what is happening.

1 Comments:

Blogger Susan said...

Hi Tom, like the home page. The beaver control section might be updated to reflect trapping now being done. What about the butterflys and other insects? Might be another way to attract visitors.

December 16, 2011 at 7:28 AM  

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