Web Page Guidelines
- One of the tasks the Local History Committee Computing Group has set itself
is the production of a series of 'guidelines' on computing matters. The
latest one is now available for on the Local History Committee website.
This one looks at creating simple WebPages. The idea is that web provides a
marvellous opportunity for everyone to publish historical research without
the huge cost of a hardcopy publication.
The document is now in the public domain but comments are of course welcome.
It would have been nice to have published it first (for comment) on our
e-group but only about 50% of you have actually registered for full
membership (which is needed for access to the mailing list and members'
Last week I suggested folk might like to do the registration in two parts
and provided a link for part 1 (registration with Yahoo) If any one has
done that the second part is to click on
all you have do is fill in you newly acquired Yahoo ID and password where
indicated. That is it!
By the way, part one (registration with Yahoo) is click on
You fill in some details and after minutes (or hours) you will receive an
E-mail from Yahoo. If you reply to this you will have your own Yahoo ID.
Then you can do part two as above.