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How can I post on a page turning booklet on our website?

Discussion in 'Feedback & Suggestions' started by Barb McG on Jun 21, 2023.

  1. Barb McG

    By:Barb McGJun 21, 2023
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    Good Morning from the Beautiful California Delta.

    This is Barb and work at keeping our website updated for our Rotary Club of Walnut Grove, WalnutGroveRotary.org.

    I have our 75th anniversary program booklet that I would like to display in booklet form and be able to 'turn the pages'. Is this possible.?
     
  2. Mickey

    By:MickeyJun 21, 2023
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    Hi Barb,

    Thank you for posting. As we'll likely be talking about your club's information could you please send a separate email to the Support team [ support -at_symbol- clubrunner.ca ]?

    We'd be happy to take a closer look with you, but anything you post here is publicly viewable.
     
  3. Barb McG

    By:Barb McGJun 30, 2023
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    Posting publicly works for me. Others may benefit. WalnutGroveRotary.org
     
  4. Mickey

    By:MickeyJul 6, 2023
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    Hi Barb,

    Sorry for any delayed replies. Also, please don't post any file here if there are any member phone numbers/personal info. But what format is your program booklet? Is it a PDF?

    If so, in about 80% of all web browsers (except for older browsers), PDFs will display right inside the browser. So you can link to it - and it will open a new window displaying the PDF. But if the user has an old browser (I came across a member still using Internet Explorer, no longer supported by Microsoft, I asked them to change browsers), then that same PDF will download to the user's computer.

    If you need more info or have any questions at all please let me know.
     
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