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Ron Davis29/07/2011 19:42:05
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I have been slaving over a hot keyboard recently to produce a web site for the club,
 
Try this link
 
 
It is still a work in progress, but hopefully some helpful pages for you
 
Ron
George Arnold29/07/2011 20:27:14
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Ron
Congratulations on your web site,you must be very pleased the way the club is progressing, carry on the good work, George
Julian30/07/2011 11:26:15
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Hi Ron
This is avery good website, are you a web designer by any chance ?
BillW30/07/2011 16:46:11
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Well done Ron.
 
I hope you get more response from your members than I did when I ran the web site for the club I was a member of (canine) it was like raising the dead at times.
 
Bill.
Tommy mc glynn 130/07/2011 16:53:25
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ron well done on you web site . the club is lucky to have you .a club is only as good as its merbers and in you they are of to a good start
paul johnson 230/07/2011 18:45:17
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Well done Ron, thats another web site added to my favourites.
Ron Davis30/07/2011 19:08:35
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Thanks everyone, I have only recently told the club members the address so I await some response. So long as they check it now and again it will be worth while,
 
Julian, no I am not a web designer, though I take your question as a compliment, the truth is I was lucky enough to get a free hosting from Suffolk County Council, so it may disappear witnthe next round of cuts! The software was a nightmare to begin withbut with a little guidance and a bit of trial and error I found it reasonably straighttforward once I got going
 
Keep an eye on it as I will at least put the monthly newsletter on it
 
Ron

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