Web Site Format

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Congratualtions, Webmaster, on the new format. Excellent!

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hannah (not verified)
I agree

I haven't had a chance to check it all out, but what I've seen is very clean, attractive, and easy to navigate. Thanks!


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Edgar (not verified)
Excellent interface (GUI and navigation)!

Well done!

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Hank Schiffman (not verified)
I like the look....

Could this represent a sizeable investment in time on the part of our webmasters?

To paraphrase an old Jewish saw about having a doctor in the family; a skilled webmaster brings honor to our cycling community.

This is quality work.

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Frank Grazioli (not verified)
Nice look and organization!

I do miss the convenience of a weather link--any plans to return?

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anonymous (not verified)
Weather link

Click on the ride link to find the weather link

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hannah (not verified)

It's on the rides page (http://www.nycc.org/rides_day.shtml ), bottom of the left-hand nav column. So just two clicks away from the home page.


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Rita Tellerman (not verified)
Great Look

Congratualtions for a job very well done on the web site.

My only recommendation would be to have the weather link and the bulletin board available without having to scroll down or go to another link. I'm lazy and always short on time.

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Basil (not verified)
Too lazy to look up??? :)

"""Message Board"", at least, is available along top horizontal menu of home (and every?) page.
(Yes, it moved from the left side bar).


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