Friday, December 5, 2008

ANNOUNCING CHANGES AT THE GRAVEYARD RABBIT

The association's anchor blog is now THE ASSOCIATION OF GRAVEYARD RABBIT

A fews days ago the banner title was changed to THE ASSOCIATION OF GRAVEYARD RABBITS --- the URL remains the same, however, as www.thegraveyardrabbit.com. Please take a look about: a new name, some new graphics, a new layout, and, most of all, some new features awaits.

First, an About the Association of Graveyard Rabbits page has been added. The About page contains the following elements: Welcome; Why the Association of Graveyard Rabbits?; Meet the Authors; and information about how to Contact the Association.

Second, the Bury of the Association of Graveyard Rabbits aggregator has been updated and displays links/titles to all members' latest three articles. The Bury aggregator is an easy method of keeping track of your favorite Rabbit's posts and updates.

Third, a new Directory of the Association of Graveyard Rabbits has been designed and implemented. It is searchable --- and will direct to blog title, blog author, and/or to blog region.

Fourth, a Join the Association of Graveyard Rabbits page is now available for prospective members. At that page the following elements are found: GYRabbit Membership Requirements; GYRabbit Membership Application Form; and Additional Notes. Prospective members may complete the application form online and submit it direct to the Association using the email form provided.

Fifth, a Contact the Association of Graveyard Rabbits tab is available for visitors to use to send questions about the Association.

To access the new features, click on the links displayed in the right side-bar.

The layout, design changes and computer programming for all these new elements is the work of GYRabbit member footnoteMaven (GYRabbit of Western Washington). Her hours of dedicated service to the Association are most deeply appreciated. Thank you, Maven, so much.


2 comments:

Ruth said...

Terry & Maven,

Looks great! You guys have done an awesome job!

Dorene from Ohio said...

I totally agree with Ruth!

The whole Graveyard Rabbit experience is wonderful!