It’s becoming increasingly common for Kiwanians to hold more than one office. Our system is designed on a principle of one member holds one office, so until now, we’ve been unable to display multiple offices for a member. With the implementation of the Multiple Offices feature, that limitation is now gone. This feature was driven by a couple of divisions, but is also applicable to clubs.
If you decide that you’d prefer to use a Google Calendar for your club’s calendar, replacing the standard calendar can be done in three steps.
- Set up your Google Calendar and enable it for sharing
- Copy the embed code from Google
- Create a widget and paste in the code from Google
When we introduced the widget concept to our sites a few months ago, I said that widgets offered as a whole new way to add content to our web sites. Here’s yet one more way in which that one feature is “changing everything.”
People love FaceBook most of the time. But when you step outside the box and start trying to do something a bit different, that’s when the love affair sometimes turns sour.
Would you like to add a new video to your site, but aren’t sure how to go about it. With our new widget feature, adding a video or external photo feed is now a snap.
Once upon a time, it was the age of dinosaurs. Then, it was the age of man. The computer age. Well, it’s time for the Age of the Widget. What’s a widget and why should I care? Read on to see.
All of our sites offer you the opportunity to display news about your club or division and links to newsletters and other documents. Here are a few simple tips for getting more out of the available options.
The appearance of your website is important not only to you, but also to site visitors. Visitors will immediately judge your club based on their initial visual impression. We encourage you to review your template periodically and, if you’d like a more modern appearance, contact us right away.