^ You're dragging in all sorts of "not a website / not IT's problem" into your discussion of your website, and to some extent comparing a Wing's needs to a units which are decidedly different.What you currently have in regards to "steak" is a complete recently killed carcass thrown on the fire. If you think it fits yourneeds, then good on 'ye, but I'm telling you as someone who looked at it cold, between the odd color choices and the densely packed, oddly formatted text, I couldn't make heads or tails of it.You may well have outstanding email lists, a world-class alerting system, and the back-end of a system that fits your needs, but the UI on the website is dated and difficult to use at best.
In our system, for mission alerts, the AFRCC, Sheriff Department, or Alert Officer simply logs into a secure and non-disclosed website, then adds simple text message which is sent to several Alert Officers via a e-list and pagers. These recipients then decide which resource(s) and group(s) need to be notified, and distribute the info via other controlled e-lists. We have multi-level backup plans in case the servers are down, or telephones, and/or CAP radio net. All this automation is well documented and securely saved on website via login passwords and roles.
Where does one find pagers in this day and age?!
QuoteWhere does one find pagers in this day and age?!I was told that only doctors and drug dealers still carry pagers. In some cases is there a difference?Mike
Quote from: sardak on March 15, 2017, 10:43:23 PM^Nice. MikeI purchased a pager at age 13 in 2003. One year's service was about $100 with the pager included. My parents would text the number with a preset list of codes to communicate. After a year, I got my first flip phone.
Quote from: etodd on March 13, 2017, 08:40:15 PMAre you using the new template for your Squadron's local website? I took the Wordpress template and modified it a bit to create ours. Added the Facebook block into the homepage:http://www.tuscaloosacap.orgIt looks good. We've been redesigning our website and it looks pretty good now: www.nassaucapli.comWhat do you think?
Are you using the new template for your Squadron's local website? I took the Wordpress template and modified it a bit to create ours. Added the Facebook block into the homepage:http://www.tuscaloosacap.org