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Topic: Tom: How about a recent changes link on the web site? (4 msgs / 87 lines)
1) From: John Roche
What lead me to the post original post was that i have explorer (mac
Version) set to inform when when the site changes. Often i go to SM and
can't find the changes. Sometimes, its obvious and right on the front page.
sometimes not.
john

2) From: Tom & Maria
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Wow, I didnt even know a browser would do that. I use netscape...
I would say I make several changes every day. I am trying to figure out a
way to document them more precisely without bogging down the process too
much ...I am working on it!
Tom
                  "Great coffee comes from tiny roasters"
           Sweet Maria's Home Coffee Roasting  -  Tom & Maria
                     http://www.sweetmarias.com

3) From: John & Carolyn Abbott
Tom;
	A guy who is so strong on quality of product not using IE5.5? :o)   As a
part time web designer, I'd like to say that you do a remarkable job on your
site!  Your "What's New" on the home page works well for me.
John A - lost in deep southern Texas

4) From: Seth Goodman
 
At 09:42 AM 11/10/00, Tom & Maria wrote:
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To do this in Netscape (copied from the Netscape help file):
"Checking the Freshness of Your
Bookmarks
To find out if a bookmarked page has been
modified since your last viewing:
  1.Click Bookmarks and choose Edit
     Bookmarks. (On Mac OS, open the
     Communicator menu and choose
     Bookmarks).
  2.Select one or more bookmarks. If you
     want to check all bookmarks, don't select
     any.
  3.Open the View menu and choose Update
     Bookmarks.
  4.Click All Bookmarks or Selected
     Bookmarks.
  5.Click Start Checking.
If a page has changed, Navigator puts a
special mark on the page's bookmark icon.
If Navigator is unable to verify a page, it
puts a question mark on the page's icon."


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