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The End of CTKA, but the beginning of....
#11
Looks really good, Jim. Nice and clean and organized. The old site tended to be a bit busy and cluttered looking sometimes.
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#12
Thanks to everyone. Yes Tracy, that is why I waned to redo it to get away from the cluttered look.

Magda, no the CTKA site will not be accessible anymore, and in about a month it will be gone. Everything was transferred over.

I will tell the web master about that issue.
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#13
Jim DiEugenio Wrote:...

Magda, no the CTKA site will not be accessible anymore, and in about a month it will be gone. Everything was transferred over.

I will tell the web master about that issue.

I recommend keeping the domain name and not letting it lapse even if the actual website is taken off the internet. Would hate for a McAdam's proxy to get hold of it and do what they do. It will only be around $10 per year to keep it. Maybe less if you pay up front for several years. You could have it redirect to the new site.
"The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways. The point, however, is to change it." Karl Marx

"He would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies. When asked in court whether she knew that Lord Astor had denied having sex with her.

“I think it would be a good idea” Ghandi, when asked about Western Civilisation.
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#14
That is actually a good idea and I will pass it on.

BTW, our web master, Al Rossi, just added a title index to the front page menu. How he did it I don't know but he did.

Quite an achievement considering.
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#15
BTW, I had not heard this song in decades. But it fits the site to a T :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5hFMy4pTrs
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#16
Some people have complained about the Search function at the kennedyandking.com site. That has been fixed. Just go to the last item under the menu to perform a search.

Also, has anyone accessed the site by mobile phone? Is it coming through OK?
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#17
Looks ok on my smart phone (5" Android), except that the facebook and other logos on the right side cover a little bit of the text. (I posted a screenshot).
Good that you have added a Donate button!

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#18
BTW, our traffic has gone up significantly since the opening.

Thanks to all of you I know.
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#19
This is fairly minor, but I've constantly experienced a somewhat annoying glitch when reading Kennedys and King (which I've been doing a lot in the past few months). On Android, if I'm viewing the article in landscape mode, have the phone switch to portrait mode briefly, and then go back to landscape mode, the browser just goes right to the top of the article, making me lose my place if I was in the middle of it.
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