Use the help pages to make the most of the new club website template .
Please explore the related pages listed in the right hand column (in mobile devices they may appear below). Hopefully, they will help you avoid some common mistakes and help you make some of the adjustments that may be necessary to get the best results from the new template.
There is a useful Index of the help pages HERE
If I have a problem and need help, what do I do?
- Look through the help pages on this demo site.
- Check to see if a tutorial/video is available (some are yet to be updated).
- Ask what support your district MPRC is able to provide to club webmasters.
- Talk with webmasters from neighbouring Rotary clubs.
- Visit the 'Template Forum' which is accessed from your club admin area.
- Post your query on the Rotary GB&I Webmasters Yahoo Group forum.
Are tutorials available? If so where can I see them?
The tutorial pages can be accessed wherever you see the 'Tutorials' option on various menus in the members area and admin area or where you see a specific link on one of your admin pages. Please bear in mind that the process of bringing tutorials up to date is not complete. The intention is to set up a Library of tutorials and videos on this demo website with links from the various help pages. Meanwhile the 'Tutorials and Videos' help page will take you to the existing tutorial page.
Where is the "Template Forum" that has been mentioned?
Go to the Administrators Main Page and use the top menu marked "Forum". You can then post questions in any of the topic areas such as 'General Topics', "Club Admin Arera' etc. Unlike the Yahoo group, you do not need to register to gain access. You can take a quick look at the forum now using this link.
How do I join the Rotary GB&I Webmasters Yahoo Group?
This is free. To join send an empty message, title 'subscribe' to: Rotary GB&Iemail@example.com The list is designated as Private so it will not show in the YahooGroups directory. You will have the option to receive individual emails, a daily digest or no emails. If you are already subscribed you can change your setting on the Yahoo Groups website. Once subscribed, to post a message to the list email Rotary GB&Ifirstname.lastname@example.org or click reply to any incoming message (and change the subject heading if it's a different topic).