Post by Deleted on Jan 4, 2016 21:43:31 GMT
I'm afraid that is a cross we have to bear as the pages are a mixture of a) website-controlled pages within the mainframe and b) Google Pages stored remotely.
Remember that a couple of years ago the website crashed because the amount of information contained on the ordinary pages rendered them too unwieldy.
I was advised at the time by BT's support team that I had to change my approach or the same thing would happen again. So I registered for Google Chrome/Drive and it's the best move I ever made as the old BT design wizard which I had used was being phased out and I couldn't get on at first with the new one.
I finally bit the bullet and got to grips with the new Wizard over the Xmas period. Starting on Monday 28th I spent a 12-hour day designing Mid Sussex, 8 hours on Billingshurst and a total of 16 hours on Horsham which needed a complete rebuild after I decided to bin the first attempt.
By late Thursday (31st) I was ready to press the 'publish' buttons on all three, but with some uncertainty as to whether the change on Mid Sussex from EasySite6 to Pro Plus would muck up the links to the other sites....fortunately it didn't.
It was a bit unfair on Margo to cocoon myself thus for four whole days but she has shown remarkable forbearance.
The Websites are not perfect yet by any means, but most of the work is done. The joy of the Google pages is that I can perform the weekly update that you send me without the problem of having to re-format it each time and I don't even have to go into the BT website ! Some pages don't re-format very easily for website use, the one you spotted (Fixture List) being a perfect example. This I had to scan and put up as a 'jpg' which is barely readable on a laptop (unless you have strong reading glasses) but is fine on a tablet where you can expand it.