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Christine Brennan Schmidt
With the pending shutdown of the service with webs.com (*.sites.acs.org), many folks have moved or relaunched their website.  We have some hints as to what you can/should do in terms of making sure your new website is found.  Make sure that links to your website are correct. These include: Links printed in your newsletter or in any emails that… (Show more)
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Christine Brennan Schmidt
Click to view contentIf we set you up with a new forum, it is likely that you will have to change the permissions on the forum once you are ready to go public. You should try accessing your forum without being logged into the ACS Network. If it i    First, only admins will have access to do this. If you are not an admin, you will need to contact us… (Show more)
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Christine Brennan Schmidt
We have seen many groups try to preserve the history of their group on their website. As a professional who has worked in the web field for many years, I can say this is generally not a good practice. It can clutter your site and make it difficult for both users and search engines to find the new and relevant data. The older content, although… (Show more)
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Michael Davis
The purpose of this document is to instruct Network users and section webmasters on how to interact with, edit, and manage a sub-space on the ACS Network with a specific navigation configuration of either “Activity + Overview” or “Overview.”
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Michael Davis
The purpose of this document is to instruct Network users and section webmasters on how to interact with, edit, and manage a sub-space on the ACS Network with a specific navigation configuration of “Activity + Pages.”
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Paul Tukey
The ACS Website Team is giving excellent advice to Sections, Divisions, and other ACS entities, for creating new websites for themselves that are independent of the sites.acs.org platform which, for reasons beyond ACS' control, is going away soon. Kudos to the ACS Website Team for their efforts to help everyone migrate.   But there's another… (Show more)
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Jamie Heinrich
Below is a general overview of ACS Network spaces. Listed are differences between forums and groups, tiles and widgets, and categories and tags.   Types of Network Spaces Groups Forums (Spaces) Can be made public, restricted, or private Can be made public or restricted to certain users Private groups require members to be invited to access the…
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Jamie Heinrich
This document is intended to serve as a demonstration on how to transfer content from a webs.com site to a space in the ACS Network.   Some supplemental content which may aid in understanding features of this example are listed below: About the ACS Network General Functions in the ACS Network Recommended Tools for Designing a Streamline…
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Jamie Heinrich
This document is intended to demonstrate the use of Membership in Groups and Permissions in Forums. For a side-by-side comparison of the two, see General Functions in the ACS Network. For a step-by-step example of how to design a group or forum, see Migrating from Webs.com.
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