Navigation Help

Note! on the Home page you will see the identifications for a POST and a STORY.

A POST is an individual collection of pictures for a single event. Click on the thumbnail to see the Post and use the Previous and Next arrows to get around, click the up-facing arrow to go to the top, and Home to get back to the beginning.

The Previous and Next arrows behave Exactly Opposite to how you think they should based on what you see on the Home page. Previous points left but means previous in time and so moves right through the thumbnails. I’m sorry!

A STORY is a collection of Posts that tells about an entire event or period of time. Click the category you’re interested in, then click the Story, then scroll down through the Posts, click the up-facing arrow to go to the top, and Home to get back to the beginning.

The next biggest confusion comes when you’re reading a STORY and you by chance click on the first picture of a POST (remember a STORY is a collection of POSTS). The system will then take you to POST mode. Oh no. Just click the back arrow on your browser and you’re back where you were in the story. You will want to click on pictures in Posts to get some nice features like a slide show, etc., just not the first picture after the title.

Another confusion! What?! All the Posts prior to May 2020 have only one picture as they were brought over from the old system, so you can read the story like the olden days by just scrolling through.

Tell me if you get lost!

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