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Thank you for your patience as we move to the new mail server. Here are the steps we need to take by July 31, 2009.
For those who need to delve into the code occasionally, a tutorial has been added to the Support section to help beginners work with the HTML and CSS that is used for all web pages. There is also a link to Learn Plone, with resources for using the CMS effectively.
A Support section has been added to our site with screencast movies, user manuals for downloading, and links to community documentation and support such as forums and chat.
The new website for Christ the Redeemer parish in West Vancouver replaces the blog-based site previously used, and allows the office staff to improve communications and offer online services to parishioners.
The new web site for St. Thomas Aquinas high school in North Vancouver features significant improvements including daily announcements, weekly news, a monthly email newsletter, integrated calendar, and a fresh design.
We recently set up and started hosting two private sites for sports organizations. These sites allow managers and coaches to publish information and communicate with their teams using a variety of tools including syndication of content.
The CSIA is working to protect innovation and competition in the Canadian software industry, and is concerned about the new copyright legislation being introduced by Jim Prentice, Canada's Industry Minister.
MatchIT is a volunteer matching service that connects skilled information technology professionals with Canadian charitable and non-profit organizations.
The new Guang Der Industrial Design corporate web site & private extranet went live in September.
The newest version of the Plone CMS is available with significant new features as well as usability and security improvements.
The Plone Network is your source for Plone companies, case studies, media coverage, and site listings.
A portfolio of client solutions has been added to the site, listing the three most-recent websites that we've worked on and how we helped them.