ZL2JA Web Revision and Update Page
(Updates for meetings dates not normally shown)« 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 »
|29/10/2005||Updated " National System " Map|
|19/10/2005||Replaced the NZART Logo badge graphic with a sharper and tidier new one. (Basic design is the same though)|
|13/10/2005||Made the word "listen" click-able too. (It was just the speaker graphic before.)|
|11/10/2005||Added "live" 690 repeater audio feed links.|
|06/10/2005||Added Clubroom's "Maidenhead" and Lat. & Long. location info to " Meetings" and " Where We Are " pages.|
Updated the club officials list on the main page
|01/10/2005||New Zealand Web-Ring box. Back on main page.|
|27/08/2005||Added a photograph of a Pohutukawa flower to the Wanganui photo tour page (next to the photo of the Pohutukawa Tree.)|
|06/08/2005||Updated and reworked the " Where we are " page|
Updated meeting info, and BBS details (Phone port closed down)
|30/07/2005||Added link on the Meetings page to MultiMap.com for location of club rooms.|
Added June 2005 meeting minutes.
|18/06/2005||Added automatic Quote/Joke randomiser to main page. Which meant a name change from "main_1.html" to "main.shml" (Removing the "_1" from the name was just some tidying up).|
"Fixed" broken (capitals/lower case problem) return to Junk Sale photo page index links.
Removed NZ web ring box from the main page. It was slow loading, didn't fit with the over look of the page, and besides, I haven't seen a single visitor from it in the log files!
|30/06/2005||Because of a shit load of spamming, the guest-book has been re-moved.|
|12/06/2005||Added 2005 Junk Sale Photos. Added links in revision page to changed pages|
|06/06/2005||Added National System repeater trustees to " Repeaters " Page. Some other minor fixes.|
|23/05/2005||Updated Links Page|
|08/05/2005||Removed Junk Sale notice from front page, etc. Tidied up Meeting page a little.|
|01/05/2005||Updated the repeaters page.|
There's been a bit of a re-work of the National System repeater frequencies, and Wanganui's repeater will now be on 439.875 MHz. (Was 438.825)