SFT Midwest Blog Fully Functional (in Mozilla)
Everything is finally up and running on the blog, well, almost. If you are browsing with the Mozilla Firefox browser everything should be good to go. Unfortuanetly, I just checked the blog with Internet Explorer for the first time, and I've got some layout issues to solve. I'll be working on those over the next couple of weeks, so for those of you using IE, hopefully I'll have the kinks worked out soon. Fortuanetly, the layout problems don't affect the postings or comments only the header and description, so you can still read the blog to see what is happening.
If anyone is running a browser other than Firefox or Internet Explorer and you are experiencing any problems email me at email@example.com, and let me know what problems you are having.
Here are the updates you will find.
1.)We now have RSS and ATOM feeds available. If you use the XML button on the sidebar it will take you to our feeburner content feed which should be both RSS and ATOM compatible.
2.) There is now a newsletter available. By clicking on the Subscribe to our newsletter button, you will have the option of recieving the content from the blog in a daily, weekly, or montly dispatch. This is a great way to stay informed about what is happening in the Midwest, so I encourage people to sign up for the newsletter on whatever basis you feel comfortable with.
3.) The blog is now ready for public use, so chapters should choose someone to be the designated blogger for you chapter and then email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will help that person get setup so that they can post the news about your chapter to the blog.
More info about the coming semester will be available soon.