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Web Information about Nat Green Fly Fishers methods and Tools
Content Code:Social_media_buttons_resource http://bitsofco.de/2015/custom-scriptless-trackable-social-media-share-buttons/
Social_media_buttons in HEAD area code
main web pages start on: /public_html/
Click here for a Directory snapshot .
Social media buttons In Body Code (note this must tailored to the specific page)
SiteGround Hosting Services|
Click on Image to access Control Panel on Siteground
How to Access cPanel?
cPanel is used to administer our web services, access support, billing, FAQ, and forums. There you will find tutorials on how-to's.
To access the cPanel you need to be logged into your Customer Area first.
In My Accounts section you will see a button Go To cPanel for each of the hosting accounts you have: See Control panel button on My Account Page
Redirect Visitors To a New Page / Site
See our .htaccess file
.htaccess file (remember this file is in Unix format)
Old WORDPRESS WebSiteRight, now the Default Start up pages announces that natgreeneflyfishers.com is the new web page for the Club.
The is a link on that page that members can click to be transfered to the new site.
css3menuFiles are stored in folder: V1_CSS3_Menu.css3prj_3_files
css3menu In <HEAD> blocks
css3menu Current Menu: (in BODY area)
This example code is use on our index.htm page:
Image Mapping tool is AceHTML Freeware HTML editor
Alternatively, download here: acehtmlfreeware.zip
Image RotatorOn many of our pages we use PHP to rotate an image on our banner.
Each time the page loads, a different image is selected from the specified directory.
rotateimages /new_rotate.php where the directory of images is green and the php code is maroon.
Meta Tags and Keywords
Meta tags are a great way for webmasters to provide search engines with information about our sites. Meta tags are used to provide information to all sorts of clients, and each system processes only the meta tags they understand and ignores the rest. Meta tags are added to the <head> section of your HTML page and generally look like this: