The Georgia Kiwanis are holding a competition again for the best club web page and best division web page. The judging will be done in July
. You must notify the Georgia webmaster, Dwight, by e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org, by June 30 that you want your web page in the competition. In the e-mail please give the correct url to the web page. Make sure during July the web page is available as the judges will be looking at the web pages at their convenience and judging.
The rules for the competition are:
|1.||Link to Georgia District web site|
|2.||Link to International web site|
|3.||Information on officers|
|4.||Projects - planned and completed.|
|5.||Meeting times and locations|
|6.||Usability of web site|
|7.||Contact information. How to contact an officer (phone or email), although not all need to be listed as some may not want phone or e-mail listed, but someone to contact if interested.|
|9.||Support of youth organizations|
|10.||Easiness of navigation for website and all parts working|
|11.||Friendliness of website.|
|12.||Currentness of site.|
I would encourage everyone when updating their websites to always leave a site posted. You can do the new one with different name for the index file and then when ready to launch simply change that file to index. If you remove your page for a time period then you may have people look for it and get page not found error and think you are no longer operating. Using a different opening name will keep most people out of the new and allow you to have people review it. This is approach I used in both major update in the past 3 years I have done to the state site.