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General Discussion / Herts County Council Fault Reporting
« on: February 24, 2014, 02:37:26 PM »
For those who would like to report things such as potholes in roads, overhanging branches, blocked footways and much more, using the Herts County Council website can be confusing.

We've prepared a step by step PDF instruction guide, which should help those who are having any difficulty in using the website.
Read more by going to this link:

http://smallford.org/how-to-report-faults-on-herts-county-council-highways-website/

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This workshop will introduce a range of materials which capture the history of Smallford station and the lives of the people who lived and worked in the surrounding community. Sources such as local maps, census material, trade directories and newspapers can all contribute to building a more nuanced picture of how Smallford developed in the 19th and 20th centuries, and reveal the part that the railway played in that development.

Tuesday 30th April 2013
1.30 – 4.30 PM
Room W108
Law Court Building, University of Hertfordshire, De Havilland Campus
Workshop Leader:  Julie Moore

Full details about the workshop are available on the Smallford website: http://smallford.org/introduction-to-researching-and-using-archives/

Please contact Jeff Lewis if you are wanting to attend this workshop and if you haven't already done so, please include what areas of research and exploration you are specifically interested in:  http://smallford.org/forum/index.php?action=emailuser;sa=email;uid=5

Attached below is a map to the UH campus building where the workshop will take place.

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General Discussion / Smallford Website - Now Live!
« on: April 08, 2013, 10:13:24 PM »
The Smallford website, which contains information both about Smallford past, present and future as well as summary information about the Smallford Station Project findings and many other things is now live and online!

You can access the website by clicking on the link in the menu bar, "Return to Smallford.org" or by going to www.smallford.org

We welcome thoughts and queries regarding the site, should you have any, please reply to this topic with your suggestions.

Of course, as with most websites, it will evolve and develop and content on it will expand as time goes on.  There will be new pictures and pages coming soon with more information, so keep looking and as mentioned above, if you have suggestions for additions to the site, please write them in a reply below.

Regards,

Smallford Residents.


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Welcome & Introduction / Guest Permissions
« on: March 27, 2013, 08:41:21 AM »
Please be aware, 'Guests' to this forum are now able to view attachments to posts, i.e. images and documents.  This is in order to help fulfill the requirement by the HLF grant that the information discovered about the Smallford Station should be made public and accessible by all.

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Welcome & Introduction / Updates to the Forum design style
« on: March 21, 2013, 09:25:40 PM »
Bringing the forum design style inline with the forthcoming Smallford website styling, the new design aims to bring a clearer, brighter and more modern appearance to the forum, allowing the content to stand out more and be more visible.  We hope you like it.  If you find any errors, please either email smallfordresidents@gmail.com or post your reply to this message.

Best regards,
Admin

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Welcome & Introduction / Forum Hints and Tips - How to Use
« on: March 12, 2013, 02:37:37 PM »
Here is a list of tips and tricks to help aid your use of these forums.  The list will be updated with additional content if you feel there is something missing, please write a comment and this post will be updated with the relevant info.

General Tips
  • Click on "Attachments and other options" just below the writing box when posting a new topic or reply.  There are several options within, such as adding attachments.
  • Also within the "Attachments and other options" drop down, you can put a tick in the box beside "Notify me of replies".  You will then be sent an email everytime someone replies to the topic/post.
  • You can set preferences for your account, including how you receive replies etc.  To do this, click on "Profile" from the top menu.  Once the page loads, there are new options beneath the menu.  Hover the mouse over, "Modify Profile" and choose "Notifications" from the list that drops down.
  • If you're viewing the forum from a mobile phone, there is a link at the bottom to a WAP version of the website which will allow the forum to better fit onto older devices.  Simply click the link to view the forum in WAP mode.
  • It is possible to send members of the forum private messages.  To do so, simply click on members to "view the memberlist", then click on the desired profile name.  You will then be able to click on "Send PM".  PM stands for private message.

Replying to Posts
  • If you forget what someone has written while writing your reply, scroll down the page and there is a summary of the conversation below.
  • Just before submitting your message, it is worth previewing it to see how it appears.  Click "Preview"; seemingly nothing happens, but if you scroll up, you will see the preview text just as it will appear once posted.  This may take a while if posting attachments - which do not appear in the preview.

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Welcome & Introduction / Registration Problems & Answers
« on: February 27, 2013, 09:58:56 AM »
If you're having problems registering for this forum, please email info@smallford.org with the issue you're having.

The activation process:
  • Click on "register" located at the top of the screen next to login
  • Enter all your details as requested.  You will notice that in the password field, a green tick appears to the right as you enter it and it is "ok"
  • UPDATE:  We have had to add an extra question to the registration process, "Are you human?" in an attempt to prevent spam bots trying to register on our forums.  Please choose "yes" from the drop down box of answers.
  • Once submitted, you will need to wait for an activation email from an administrator who will manually authorise your account.
  • The email you should receive will contain a link which you must click on in order to activate your account.  PLEASE NOTE:  Check your junk mail/spam folder!  If you do not receive this email, please contact admin on the email address mentioned above!
  • Once completed, you will now be able to login and use the forums!

Best regards,
Admin.

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