Typically a club website will have a members' directory page that requires logging in to view, as that information is only available to members. All other pages are viewable by the general public.
For those clubs that have members-only information, you must become a member of the club to be able to log in and view that information.
For club sites offering memberships, visit the Membership page of their site. A form is presented for you to fill out and submit. A membership chairperson will be automatically notified of your interest in membership and contact you about membership requirements.
Go to the Contact Us page to send an email requesting more information. The chairperson will contact you to answer your question and perhaps invite you to come to one or more events so you can get a feel for the club.
Navigate to the Contact Us page where you can request a temporary password to be emailed to you. Then navigate to the Members' Corner page and log in with the temporary password. Find the "edit profile" link next to your name in the directory listing. Click that link to change to your preferred password. Enter the current (temporary) password, and then the new password, also confirming that new password on the form. Click the "Update Profile" button. Your new preferred password is now in effect.
Navigate to the Members' Corner page and log in. Find the "edit profile" link next to your name in the directory listing. Click that link to reveal a form for changing your profile information. Be sure to enter your password as an additional security measure. Click the "Update Profile" button. Your changes are now recorded.
A news feed -- or more formally, an RSS news feed -- is a mechanism for communicating real-time information. When a new item is posted, the previous items are "pushed down" such that the most recent item is on top. A feed item is typically a title that is also a link to related information plus a description. The description might be very brief or quite lengthy. It might contain an image, a video, and/or more links to other information. When the website administrator posts news on the feed, not only does the most recent postings show in the website, but you can also receive an email notification about that item such that you receive the news right in your in-basket without having to visit the site. Without this feature, you'd have to repeatedly check the website to make sure you don't miss out on any important news. You must register for those email notifications.
For each feed on a club website, you will find a "Set Up Pings Email Alerts" link below the last feed item. Click the link to open a window that explains the registration process. The click a link on that page to open the Google FeedBurner page where your email address is verified. You enter and submit your email address, then Google sends an email to you at that address. The email message contains a link that you click to verify your address. At the point, you are registered.
No, you must register for each feed for which you want notifications emailed to you. This gives you the flexibility to select the feeds of interest for which you want notification email. But the registration process only takes about a minute, so you can register for all the feeds in very little time.
If one or more new items are posted on a feed, Google will send the email alert containing the item(s) in the wee hours of the morning. (That's typically in the 1am to 3am range, Mountain Time.) Think of the email as a digest of news posted the previous day.
"FeedBack" is a feature wherein people can comment on an item. Previously posted comments are revealed when you click the "FeedBack" link, and you are presented a form for posting your comment. The same is true if you click an "Read RSS Feed Item" link which is included at the end of a description which has been truncated when it exceeds the space allocated for feed descriptions. Clicking that link will reveal the full description along with FeedBack comments and the comment entry form.
The club websites use the Enfeedia news feed publishing service to publish and manage feeds. Generally, you will not be aware of Enfeedia working in the background. Enfeedia is a popular site for website owners to publish their custom feeds to take advantage of the power of RSS feeds.
That icon is a variation of the industry standard icon for RSS news feeds. When clicked, you will open a "NewsPage" that presents all items currently on the feed.
Navigate to the Contact Us page, enter all the information you can about the bug so that the webmaster can troubleshoot the problem, and click the "Contact Webmaster" button. He'll crank up the computer and be on it in no time at all unless he's playing pickleball.
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