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    Church website in the UK

    Posted 5 months 2 weeks ago
    • Here in the UK Covid-19 is causing huge problems with our churches.
      Every month the 'rules' change and our churches have to constantly adapt.
      As part of our non-proft work we look after 2 church websites one of which covers 5 parishes in the South West of England.
      They have adapted to the current circumstances by using Zoom and making videos as a means to connect.
      To help them. we created a 'Talks and Reflections' page which connects to their YouTube account and shows regular videos they make.
      The site is on Wordpress and uses the Clarity Theme - and of course the Gantry Framework (which we have used for nearly 10 years on websites)
      Enjoy
      yemc.org/videos/

      Best

      Andrew
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    Re: Church website in the UK

    Posted 5 months 2 weeks ago
    • Nice work - well done.

      Regards, Mark.
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    Re: Church website in the UK

    Posted 5 months 2 weeks ago
    • Hi Mark
      Thanks for the feedback
      Checking the errors

      Andrew
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    Re: Church website in the UK

    Posted 5 months 2 weeks ago
    • You're very welcome. :)

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    Re: Church website in the UK

    Posted 5 months 2 weeks ago
    • Mark
      You have got me very intrigued
      Wondering how in the first place you saw there might be some errors on the way the page is built?

      Andrew
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    Re: Church website in the UK

    Posted 5 months 2 weeks ago
    • I gave you the link - I just used W3C validator on the page url.

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    Re: Church website in the UK

    Posted 5 months 2 weeks ago
    • Hi Mark
      Was interested that you automatically would run a page through W3C
      Never occurs to me to do that.
      Have learnt something new!

      Thanks

      Andrew
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