Website Updates

Our web designer, zenelements, has updated the software which operates behind the scenes on the website. There have been some problems, as often happens when new programs are introduced. One which a few people may have noticed was payment through PayPal. This has been corrected. 

A change visible on the site is the login page. If you forget your password, it is now quick and easy to set a new one by clicking on Forgotten your password? under the Login button. Follow the instructions and you will receive an email with a verification code. Copy the code and paste it in the relevant field on the verification page which opens after you request the code or which you can open by clicking the link in the email.  If this page asks for a Username, this is your Member ID.

Another new feature is that you can change your password. To do so, login to Account Details and click on Edit Profile; you can then set a new password. To be registered to access the Members’ Area for the first time, you must still request a password using Website Enquiries on the Contact Us page.

Additions in the Members’ Area

There is a Help Wanted request to identify people and a place in a photograph. Perhaps you can help.

A new page called Where to Find… has been added. It is meant to augment the Where to Introductory Guide, the latest edition of which can be downloaded from the page.

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Webmaster's Jottings 2020-03-17 - When contacting centre

Due to the present virus situation, the decision has been taken to close the centre until further notice.

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Historian 116, June 2020, Parts 1&2

Historian 116 eJournal has been uploaded to the website and has been sent out to those who have requested the electronic version. We have been experiencing problems with our outgoing email, specifically btinternet addresses. If you have not received it, please email [email protected].

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