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The Development website supports all the chapter's websites by providing a test platform for trying new plugins and designs before taking them to production. The Development website site was started in January 2015. Companion sites are
Do I Need to Register?
No. Only the webmaster uses the Development website.
Site Design and Contact Information
The site was initiated, designed, and coded by Cynthia A. Lockley. The website is maintained by the Website Team Committee.
Website Team Committee Manager job description.
Site Accounts Owner / Manager: Cynthia A. Lockley
Site Manager: Carolyn Kelley Klinger
Volunteers with HTML5, PHP7, CSS2 / CSS3, and WordPress.org experience are welcome to join the team.
Contributors, Authors, and Guest Authors are encouraged to participate in the Events & News website.
Accessibility Design and Features
The Accessibility Design and Features page on the main site describes the Document Type Designation (DTD), navigation, fonts, style sheets, colors, Web conventions, and other items used to make this site an enjoyable and useful experience for everyone. The following information is provided on the Accessibility Features page.
Chapter and STC Logo Graphics
See the Chapter and STC Logo Graphics page on the main site for a variety of graphics you can use for adding links back to the Washington, DC – Baltimore (WDCB) Chapter pages in your site.
Operating Expenses Fundraising
Use one of the PayPal Donate buttons shown on the left to donate for events, competitions, website expenses, and operating expenses to pay by credit card on the website through PayPal. A PayPal Payments button, as shown on the right, is provided in Event Registration and other forms to make your payments. For information about how to use PayPal, see the PayPal FAQ.
PDF File Information
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If you can't view the PDF files or you get an error message, download and install the latest version of the FREE Acrobat® Reader™ plug-in for your browser: https://get.adobe.com/reader/otherversions. Some PDF files are saved with accessibility and search capabilities for screen readers. The Acrobat Reader, full version has accessibility and search capabilities.
See also Download Help for information about downloading PDFs and ZIP files.
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