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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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Christine Brennan Schmidt
As mid-May approaches, we want to remind you that we the deadline to have websites off of Webs.com is drawing near.  We would like to request that groups who have done so, please let us know where your new website is.  Even if you if you have not moved it, we would appreciate an update of your status.to webhosting@acs.org.  If you need an… (Show more)
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Jamie Heinrich
Below is a quick list of tools best suited for designing a space on the ACS Network. If seeking more detailed information about how each of these tools may be used, please reference the original tools document linked here.     Tool (Tiles) Tool (Widgets) Function Recommended Use Document Viewer Document Viewer Displays a Network document…
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Jamie Heinrich
Below is a list of tools best suited for designing a space on the ACS Network that is easy to update and maintain.   Tool (Tiles) Tool (Widgets) Function Recommended Use Document Viewer Document Viewer Displays any document which has been crated in the Network Use this tool to display bodies of formatted text, images, tables- i.e. a welcome…
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Paul Tukey
I'll remove it after I see what happens when I post it.     -- Paul Tukey, paul.tukey@gmail.com
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Christine Brennan Schmidt
If/when you change where your website is hosted, please send an email to updates@acs.org. This will allow the national office to update the link and the search results that appear on acs.org.
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Elisabeth Voress
Click to view contentAs you evaluate options for hosting your website, you may want to consider using the ACS Network as an interim or permanent host. Several members have asked us for information about what a website on the ACS Network might look like. In this post, we're sharing a test site we created for the Virginia Local Section. Thanks to Ann Sullivan for… (Show more)
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