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Webmaster Lakeland Hockey

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Website Instructions for Coaches and Managers

 

If you have not already created an account for the web site, please click on the “Create an Account” link in the upper left corner of the page.

Enter a unique Username and Password for yourself (please write this down and keep track of it) and click “Sign Up”.

Follow the steps to "Activate" your account.

Once you have an account set-up, send an email to the LHA Webmaster with your name, team name, email address, position with the team, and contact phone number.

If approved, you will receive a confirmation email stating that you have been granted permission to access your team’s home page(s) on the web site.

To find your team's page, go to the “Team” section of the web site.

Once you are on your team's page, you can begin editing by logging in (in the upper left side of the web site) and switching to “Edit Mode” (in the upper right corner). You may also click on the “Site Admin" tab on top and then the "My Pages” tab to view a site map.  The pages that you have editing permission over will be highlighted.

While in “Edit Mode” use the “Page Elements” to edit or add Text, Photos, Documents, Events, News Articles, Links, Contact Info, YouTube Videos, etc.

Please note that your Team pages came defaulted with Roster and Stats pages. These pages default to "Disabled" and are not active until you "Enable" them to make them public. You are able to use these pages at your discretion.

You may also add new pages under your team’s main page section to organize additional content.

If you need any help with any of the page elements, scroll down to the bottom of any page and click on the link “Team Sport Technologies” (TST). TST is the service provider for our site and on their home page; you will see the selection “Support”.

Under the Support section, click on “Frequently Asked Questions”. FAQ’s is an online user’s manual for the Page Elements and editing tools.

Click on any of the selections to learn more. If the questions that you have are not answered there, please return to the main Support page and submit your issue.  Your question or issue will be addressed in a timely manner.

You are also welcome to contact your site’s Webmaster.


Thank you and enjoy the season!


Text Block Formatting

The website Text Block defaults to a family of fonts and sizes.  What is displayed to the visitor is determined by their browser.  The system recognizes the user's browser and displays the text in the best font and size available.  If you do a straight copy & paste from a Word documents or from an existing website, you will override this "best available" font and size feature of the website.  Many times this is OK and is not an issue, but sometimes it can cause problems with certain browsers and the HTML code will actually be displayed on the page. Therefore, it is recommended that you use the "Paste from Word" tool, which should clean up most HTML code from Word.

With that said, it may still be worth the extra time and effort to strip the text "naked" of the background HTML code and use our Text Block to format the content in order to guarantee the best viewing.  To do this, it is a good practice to have a version of NOTEPAD open and  copy the original text into Notepad - this step strips off all formatting, i.e. bold, centering, size, etc.  Then copy out of Notepad into the website Text Block content window.  Use the Text Block formatting functions for bold, bullets, centering.

In addition, tables copied from other sources can cause issues and the formatting will not look right on the pages.  Therefore, it is recommended to use the Table Builder page element to re-create the information.

Both of these methods will take a few additional minutes compared to the straight copy/paste method,  but will result in a much better looking and consistent web page, with content that will be easier to update as you move forward.