Reminder - no Intermediate Bridge Lesson for Friday, November 23, due to Loi Krathong.
Posted 17 Nov 2018
If you wish to join us in a game of contract bridge in a friendly, congenial atmosphere, please contact Jim.
For more contact details, see the "Information" section in the left hand Menu of our website. We hope you like what you see and that we will be playing bridge with you at the Club soon!
on Sunday 4 November 2018 with an
Opening Day Pizza Lunch at the Oak Tree clubhouse.
Come and enjoy a pizza and salad lunch before bridge. Players of all levels welcome. Lunch at 12:00 - Price for lunch and bridge ฿200. Please email Jim Peukert if you will be attending.
made between April and September, 2018
This is not an all-inclusive list of changes. Nearly all pages and documents on the BCCM website were inspected; dozens of files received minor tweaks, too numerous to list here. Dozens of files were deleted - older versions of updated .pdf and Word .docs for example - or combined and consolidated into new versions.
Below is a list of the major additions and updates. Links to pages appear in Green.
These are in “Menu” order:
Get ready for forms. Signup forms for special events and programs, for partner requests, and other uses. The home page currently has a simple form for signing up for Intermediate Bridge Lessons.
Photos have been removed. No one posted anything new since the move to The Oak Tree in 2015. And photos were taking up a large amount of disk space on our share of the BridgeWebs.com server. After removing them, the response rate for website administration - adding and updating pages - improved dramatically.
The photos exist. BridgeWebs.com created a Dropbox Shared Folder, and I can supply that link to anyone. It contains all the photos that were available on the site. These images are just that - not pages of photos by event as they appeared on the website.
However, I have saved all events as best I could in both Webarchive files and pdf format. By that, I mean .pdf files have page breaks between photos (3 or 4 images per page, not a continuous scrolling page) and webarchive file format is available on macOS and Windows for saving and reviewing complete web pages using the Safari web browser. I can also share these with anyone who wishes.
At some point I will probably place the .pdf versions on the BCCM website, and provide a page of links to each event. One day.
Note: images are .jpeg files that have been reduced - in physical size and pixels - to conform to web page requirements for speedy page loading; images are not suitable for printing. Photos would only be suitable for use - as is - on a website.
For additional information on these changes, or to make comments and suggestions, email Charles Quast, Website Manager.